QndA: Deeper Ecology wtih Religion & Global Ethics Annual Lecture

Sydney 07 Apr 2020

Deeper Ecology: Faith in action on climate change

The University is actively responding to the COVID-19 outbreak and is taking all measures to protect the wellbeing, health and safety of our community. In light of this, the Deeper Ecology QndA will be postponed and rescheduled to a later date (to be confirmed). We'll be in touch once the details have been confirmed. Thank you for your understanding.

Wonder and respect for the natural world is found within many religious traditions, and the concept of custodianship for the earth is central to religious environmentalisms. However, there is great diversity within and between religious communities regarding the intrinsic worth of nature, human interaction with the environment, and the severity of climate change. Religious discourse on the environment is, however, rarely heard in public debate on climate change.

Join our audience and hear from an expert inter-faith panel as they tackle questions on faith, ethics and ecology.

If you would like to attend QndA and ask a question, get in quick as seating is limited and RSVPs are essential.

Panellists include:

Mehmet Ozalp
Assoc Prof Mehmet Ozalp
Director, Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisations
Jacqueline Grey
Rev Prof Jacqueline Grey
Dean of Theology
Alphacrucis College
Peter Smith
Fr Peter Smith
Promoter of Justice and Peace Justice and Peace Office Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney
Nic Zumaran
Nic Zumaran
QNDA moderator

This QndA will follow the Religion & Global Ethics Annual Lecture