The fall 2001 issue of the journal Daedalus focuses on interdisciplinary issues regarding religion and ecology that specifically relate to issues raised by global climate change.
See the list of the articles contained in this issue below.
For more information about the issue and to read the full text of all of the articles contained therein, go to the issue page on the American Academy of Arts and Sciences site.
Daedalus is the journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. Drawing on the enormous intellectual capacity of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, whose members are among the world’s most prominent thinkers in the sciences, humanities, arts, and social sciences, as well as the professions and public life, each issue of Dædalus features multidisciplinary, authoritative essays centered on a theme or subject.
Essays in the issue:
Introduction: The Emerging Alliance of World Religions and Ecology
Mary Evelyn Tucker and John A. Grim
Religion, Modern Secular Culture, and Ecology
George Erik Rupp
Perspectives on Environmental Change: A Basis for Action
Michael Brendan McElroy
The Ethical Dimensions of Global Environmental Issues
Donald A. Brown
Multicultural Environmental Ethics
J. Baird Callicott
Nature in the Sources of Judaism
New House Rules: Christianity, Economics, and Planetary Living
Islam and Ecology: Toward Retrieval and Reconstruction
S. Nomanul Haq
Water, Wood, and Wisdom: Ecological Perspectives from the Hindu Traditions
The Living Cosmos of Jainsim: A Traditional Science Grounded in Environmental Ethics
Christopher Key Chapple
Principles and Poetry, Places and Stories: The Resources of Buddhist Ecology
Donald K. Swearer
The Ecological Turn in New Confucian Humanism: Implications for China and the World
Envisioning the Daoist Body in the Economy of Cosmic Power
Indigenous Americans: Spirituality and Ecos
Jack D. Forbes
Header photo: “Fridays for Future” demonstration, Berlin