Responding to Climate Change: Science, Religion, and Cultural Practices
This session explored the interconnections between resilient communities and faith traditions. Topics discussed included current climate science data; how religious and indigenous communities are adapting to become more resilient; and how elements of various faith traditions, combined with cutting edge science, can provide resources and tools for communities.
Susan Bratton, Baylor University
Vijaya Nagarajan, University of San Francisco
Todd A. Mitchell, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Patty Bowman, Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center