Roundup: Film, poetry and climate change

Roundup: Film, poetry and climate change

Religious leaders back carbon tax

Monks and rabbis have stood alongside Catholics and Anglicans in Canberra to show support for the federal government’s plan to tackle climate change.

‘Tree of Life’, Book of Job

Terrence Malick’s long-awaited film offers a theo-cinematic vision of redemption.

Faithful to the work

An interview and two poems with John Leax.

My generation must do better on climate:PM

Prime Minister Julia Gillard has told students at an exclusive girls’ school that her own generation needs to show leadership on climate change.

Consuming Creation: a theology for climate change

Climate change raises deep theological questions and a “re-tooled” theology will help face the challenges ahead. At a recent conference at Melbourne’s Ridley College, participants discussed the significance for climate policy of theological issues such as justice, creation, incarnation and hope.


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