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Ecology, theology and justice in practice

This seminar will make the link between ecology, theology and justice visible, and draw attention to the potential for churches to develop viable, applied ethical responses and alternatives to the menace to nature from within their traditions. At the same time the seminar will provide insights into eco-theological discourses which emphasize the necessity of processes of mutual critique between ecology and theology in order to promote the common aim of a sustainable world for tomorrow.
Ecology, theology and justice in practice

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Event details

When

23 June 2014 27 June 2014 to

Where

Bossey, Switzerland

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This seminar will make the link between ecology, theology and justice visible, and draw attention to the potential for churches to develop viable, applied ethical responses and alternatives to the menace to nature from within their traditions. At the same time the seminar will provide insights into eco-theological discourses which emphasize the necessity of processes of mutual critique between ecology and theology in order to promote the common aim of a sustainable world for tomorrow.

It is organized by the Ecumenical Institute at Bossey in collaboration with the WCC progamme on Ecological Justice and Climate Change and co-sponsored by the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN), the National Council of Churches of India (NCCI), the Pacific Conference of Churches and the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Cameroon.

The deadline for applications is 31 March 2014

Please click here to download the information brochure (pdf).

For an application form (pdf) please click here.