Religion and Climatic Change

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Religion and Climatic Change
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Carson Fellow Sigurd Bergmanns Recherchegebiet ist „heilige Geographie“. Unter anderem bereitet er sich aber nebenher auf ein größeres Programm zur Rolle der Religion während klimatischer Veränderungen vor. Er spezialisiert sich darauf, wie Religion und Klimawandel in Zusammenhang stehen. Da die Umwelt eine immer größer werdende Herausforderung darstellt und der Diskurs über den Klimawandel immer wichtiger wird, ist ein Verständnis davon essentiell, dass religiöse Weltanschauungen und Werte etc. in jeder Art von kultureller Analyse mit einbezogen werden müssen.
Carson Fellow Sigurd Bergmann’s research topic is sacred geography, which will form the basis for a larger project on religion and climate change.” He focuses on how religion and climatic change relate to one another. As environmental challenges become greater and the discourse about climate change becomes more and more important, it is crucial to understand that religious world views and values must be included in every kind of cultural analysis. Prof. Dr. Bergmann teaches religious studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.
Keywords heilige Geographie herausfordernde Umwelt Klimawandel Religionswissenschaften religious studies climatic change challenging environment sacred geography
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