Climate Crisis and Creation Care: Historical Perspectives, Ecological Integrity and Justice

This volume considers the interconnectedness of all creatures in relation to our planetary boundaries. Through our constant consumption of resources, we have had a distinctly negative impact on the world around us—affecting everything from the weather, food availability, sea levels and the social fabric of our society.

This book explores how we arrived at such an unstable world and offers ecological, theological and economically sustainable solutions to a global crisis.

Dr Christina Nellist is an Eastern Orthodox Theologian, Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics, and Educational Consultant in the sciences and special education. Her publications include Eastern Orthodox Christianity and Animal Suffering: Ancient Voices in Modern Theology, and she is editor and co-founder of the charity Pan-Orthodox Concern for Animals and a Board Member of the Animal Interfaith Alliance.

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ISBN: 1-5275-7420-2

ISBN13: 978-1-5275-7420-5

Release Date: 8th October 2021

Pages: 455

Price: £67.99