Responding to the Climate Emergency – A UTC/ Charles Sturt University subject

Responding to the Climate Emergency – A UTC/ Charles Sturt University subject

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29 Jun 2020 until 3 Jul 2020
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

United Theological College

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Australia and the Pacific are at the forefront of climate change and its devastating effects. How do we as Christians begin to grapple with make and sense of this new reality? What are our responsibilities to those who are most impacted (e.g. Pasifika peoples, many in rural areas, poorer communities, non-human animals)? How do we begin to understand and unravel the patterns and logics that have led to this crisis (e.g. colonialism, whiteness, neoliberalism, etc.)? How can Scripture and Christian theology help to orientate and sustain us in the midst of climate change?
This co-taught subject will include readings and presentations on the climate emergency itself, as well as on theological figures and concepts that can assist with a response. Among other things, readings and presentations will focus on creation, the Anthropocene, ecotheology, Pasifika theologies, and Christian activism.

Class Times: Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm
Date: June 29th – July 3th 2020
Location: United Theological College, Parramatta
Information and Enrolment: Please contact Joanne Stokes on or
phone (02) 8838 8967.

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A United Theological College/ Charles Sturt University subject taught as a week-long intensive in North Parramatta. Available for a degree or as a single-subject, as well as to those wanting to audit the subject for interest.



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