Why and How Religion Matters in the fight for Environmental Justice, with Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, (ASU)

The College: Humanities Week Program – Why and How Religion Matters in the fight for Environmental Justice, with Hava Tirosh-Samuelson, (ASU)

Please note:  Registration for this event is through Zoom.  Even if you plan on attending in person please use the Zoom link and when asked please specify that you will be part of the in-person cohort for the program. 

We now experience a massive ecological crisis manifested in global warming and climate change, extreme weather events, pollution of air, water, and soil, rising sea levels, prolonged wildfires, loss of biodiversity, desertification and many other phenomena of environmental degradation. This lecture shows that the Bible harbors deep ecological wisdom that teaches an ethics of care and responsibility for the well-being of the Earth and for future generations. On environmental matters world religions have much in common and they can mobilize humanity to address the challenges of climate change.

ASU Tempe Campus Coor Hall Room 4403 OR Online via Zoom - Please register through Zoom for both ways to attend

For more information contact:

Lisa Kaplan
Jewish Studies
Lisa.Kaplan@asu.edu
480-965-8094 http://jewishstudies.asu.edu