Looks at how different religious traditions (Christian, Buddhist, neopagan, and animist) have attempted to resacralize the earth and provide new values that include the more-than-human world.
A cross-case analysis of fifteen faith communities striving to care for the earth and live more sustainably.
Offers practical and personal ways to help mitigate global climate change while sustaining an emotional and spiritual center through mindfulness practice.
Examines the role of plants in botanical mythology, from Aboriginal Australia to Zoroastrian Persia.
Examines religious communities as advocates of environmental stewardship and sustainable agriculture practices.
Looks at how ecotheology has created a new vision of the natural world and the place of humans within it.
Challenges readers to reconsider the moral standing of plants.
Perspectives on genetically modified foods from world religions and indigenous traditions.
A work of environmental ethics that looks at how “otherkind”—and humankind—contributes to our moral imagination.
Using scripture and science, a Christian agricultural scientist presents an ethic of farming that promotes good food and a healthy environment.
Discusses the expression of environmental values in Christian art as it displaced pagan aesthetics from the third century to the Reformation.