Climate justice may be the foremost moral challenge of the 21st century. Race and class dimensions of the climate crisis are haunting. While caused primarily by high-consuming people, climate change is wreaking death and destruction foremost on impoverished people who also are disproportionately people of color. How are we to face this crisis with courage, wisdom, agency, and hope? What do spirituality and religion bring to this question? What is
the role of economic life in building sustainable Earth-human relations? Join us for honest and hopeful inquiry into these burning questions.
Cynthia Moe-Lobeda is professor of Theological and Social Ethics at Pacific
Lutheran Theological Seminary and Church Divinity School of the Pacific. She is author of the award-winning Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation.
David Seljak is professor of Religious Studies and chair of the department of
Religious Studies at the University of Waterloo.