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Doing Climate Justice
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Erscheint im April 2022


Sprache: Englisch
ca. 272 Seiten, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-525-56064-8
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1. Edition, 2022
The struggle against the climate crisis and for a livable future on earth raises profound... mehr
Doing Climate Justice
The struggle against the climate crisis and for a livable future on earth raises profound questions of justice that call for theological engagement. Anchored in concrete situations of climate vulnerability and responsibility, this volume investigates the theological epistemologies, practices and imaginaries that have profoundly shaped climate politics in the past, and explores possible theological reformulations that can open up sustainable and just futures. With these critical and constructive theological reflections, it seeks to contribute to practices of climate justice by inspiring the development of socially and economically just ways of living in global, inter-special community.
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    • Stefan Silber (Hg.)
    • Dr. Stefan Silber is Professor of Systematic Theology at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences in Paderborn, Germany and visiting professor at various universities in Latin America.
    • Jan Niklas Collet (Hg.)
    • Jan Niklas Collet is research assistant for systematic theology at the institute for catholic theology (University of Cologne, Germany).
    • Christian Tauchner (Hg.)
    • Christian Tauchner SVD (*1956) is a Divine Word Missionary from Austria and and works at the SVD Missiological Institute in Sankt Augustin, Germany.
    • Christian Kern (Hg.)
    • Christian Kern (PhD, Salzburg University, Austria 2018) is research assistant at the Institut for Catholic Theology, TU Dresden (Germany).
    • Wietske de Jong-Kumru (Hg.)
    • Dr. Wietske de Jong-Kumru holds a PhD in Theology from the Protestant Theological University in Amsterdam. Until 2020, she was a Professor for Protestant Theology at Europa-University Flensburg, Germany.
    • Sebastian Pittl (Hg.)
    • Dr. Sebastian Pittl is head of the Department of Dogmatics at the Faculty of Catholic Theology , University of Tübingen, Germany.
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