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Nick Spencer and Robert White offer a detailed perspective on Christianity and sustainable consumption and production.
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Levels and patterns of consumption and production in the West have reached a level that cannot be maintained. The way we live, and in particular the way we produce and use energy, is no longer environmentally sustainable: it is already threatening the health and well–being of both planet and people. An estimated 150,000 people per year die as a direct result of anthropogenic climate change, and they are disproportionately in the low–income countries. Our activities and the policies that shape them need to change.
This book, which is the first serious Christian engagement with the emerging issue of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP), analyses the scientific, sociological, economic and theological thinking that makes a Christian response to these trends imperative, before moving on to a practical conclusion that explores what Christians, church fellowships and the Church can do and campaign about.
Nick Spencer and Robert White
Nick Spencer is Director of Research at Theos.
Robert White is Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.
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