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Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection - 1st Floor -- BL65.E36O94 2006
ch4ck availability of print version Part I: Transforming Tradition: Judaism -- Catholicism -- The Earth as Sacrament: Insights from Orthodox Christian Theology & Spirituality -- The World of Nature According to the Protestant Tradition -- Jainism & Ecology: Transformation of Tradition -- Hindu Religion & Environmental Wellbeing -- Buddhism -- Islam -- Taoism & Ecology -- Motifs for a New Confucian Ecological Vision -- African Religions -- Indigenous Traditions: Religion & Ecology -- Part II: Religion & Ecology: Conflicts & Connections: Population, Religion & Ecology -- Genetic Engineering & Nature: Human & Otherwise -- So Near & Yet So Far: Animal Theology & Ecological Theology -- Religious Ecofeminism: Healing the Ecological Crisis -- Science & Religion in the Face of the Environmental Crisis -- Religion & Ecology: Survey of the Field -- The Spiritual Dimension of Nature Writing -- Religion, Environmentalism & the meaning of Ecology -- Part III: Religious Environmental Activism: Religious Environmentalism in Action -- Religion & Environmental Struggles in Latin America -- African Initiated Churches (AICs) as Vehicles of Earth-Care in Africa -- The Scientist & the Shepherd: The Emergence of Evangelical Environmentalism -- Religion & Environmentalism in America & Beyond
TMW Media, 2005, 17 minutes
"The nineteenth and twentieth centuries have seen human population grow exponentially. With this growth have come demands for food, shelter and resources. As these needs are met, fragile ecosystems worldwide can suffer. Natural habitats are shrinking, and some scientists say that 25% of all plant and animal species will become extinct in just fifty years. This program looks at the methods and research of scientists who are studying the biodiversity of our planet. Understanding biodiversity is the first step in learning how we can preserve earth's intricate web of life while meeting human needs."
BBCActive, 2012, 150 minutes
"Sir David Attenborough has been at the forefront of natural history film making for over half a century, witnessing an unparalleled period of change in our planet's history. In this unique and important series he delivers his testimony in a trio of spectacular films, focusing on three areas which have transformed most profoundly over his career: film making, science and the environment. During his extraordinary career he has seen, first-hand, more of the natural world than anyone else, and witnessed how our remarkable planet has changed more rapidly and extensively than ever before."