Tag: Natural Law

Transgressing Our Planetary Boundaries
Environmental Ethics, Religion and Science

Transgressing Our Planetary Boundaries The Climate Crisis and Ecological Sin, Part 2

In 1997, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople coined the term “ecological sin[1]” and since then his idea has come to influence a number of thinkers both within the Orthodox Church as well as others; the most prominent of which has been Pope Francis, who cites Bartholomew in his 2015 encyclical Laudato Si’ (sections 7-9)…

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Ethics in the Book of Nature
Environmental Ethics, Religion and Science, Theology

Ethics in the Book of Nature The Climate Crisis and Ecological Sin, Part 1

With another season of creation care upon us, we should take heed of the fact that the most recent reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) respectively affirm, for the first time, that climate change is in fact the result of human activities and that the catastrophic climactic events that the world has…

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