Scholars from the Yale Divinity School, Yale School of Forestry and the YaleInterdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, join together to discuss:
"Religious and Ethical Responses to Environmental Issues"
WEDNESDAY, February 7, 4:00 PM
Yale Divinity School Common Room
Light Refreshments to follow
As the issue of global climate change has drastically altered political, social and personal agendas around the world, creative ways of addressing this, and related environmental issues, have emerged. The four panelists - Professor Stephen Kellert (FES), Professor Willis Jenkins (YDS), Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker and Professor John Grim (Bioethicist in Residence at Yale),with moderator Professor Margaret Farley (YDS) - will discuss the ways in which religion, spirituality, and ethics have and will contribute to the environmentalmovement and the fostering of human-nature relationships.Come join us for an exciting and historic opportunity to explore therelationship between religion, ethics, and environmentalism, with five of Yale's most prominent voices on the topic.
We look forward to welcoming you,
Yale Earth Care Committee, YDS