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Understanding Climate Change Through Religious Lifeworlds / edited by David L. Haberman.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublisher: Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, [2021]Description: 1 online resource (330 p.)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780253056030
  • 0253056039
  • 9780253056016
  • 0253056012
  • 9781350103573
  • 1350103578
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Understanding Climate Change Through Religious Lifeworlds.DDC classification:
  • 201.77 23
LOC classification:
  • QC903 .H33 2021
Online resources:
Contents:
Introduction: Multiple Perspectives on an Increasingly Uncertain World -- Recombinant Responses : 1. Climate Change Never Travels Alone -- 2. Climate Change, Moral Meteorology and Local Measures at Quyllurit'i, a High Andean Shrine -- 3. Religious Explanations for Coastal Erosion in Narikoso, Fiji -- Local Knowledge : 4. "Nature Can Heal Itself" -- 5. Maya Cosmology and Contesting Climate Change in Mesoamerica -- 6. Anthropogenic Climate Change, Anxiety, and the Sacred -- Loss, Anxiety, and Doubt : 7. The Vanishing of Father White Glacier -- 8. Loss and Recovery in the Himalayas -- Religious Transformations : 9. Angry Gods and Raging Rivers -- 10. Recasting the Sacred -- Conclusion: Religion and Climate Change.
Summary: Understanding Climate Change through Religious Lifeworlds offers a transnational view of how religion reconciles the concepts of the global and the local and influences the challenges of climate change.
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Understanding Climate Change through Religious Lifeworlds offers a transnational view of how religion reconciles the concepts of the global and the local and influences the challenges of climate change.

Introduction: Multiple Perspectives on an Increasingly Uncertain World -- Recombinant Responses : 1. Climate Change Never Travels Alone -- 2. Climate Change, Moral Meteorology and Local Measures at Quyllurit'i, a High Andean Shrine -- 3. Religious Explanations for Coastal Erosion in Narikoso, Fiji -- Local Knowledge : 4. "Nature Can Heal Itself" -- 5. Maya Cosmology and Contesting Climate Change in Mesoamerica -- 6. Anthropogenic Climate Change, Anxiety, and the Sacred -- Loss, Anxiety, and Doubt : 7. The Vanishing of Father White Glacier -- 8. Loss and Recovery in the Himalayas -- Religious Transformations : 9. Angry Gods and Raging Rivers -- 10. Recasting the Sacred -- Conclusion: Religion and Climate Change.

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