My article, “Environmental problems as a place for compromise and dialogue,” came out today in God and Nature Magazine.
Jaime Wright at University of Edinburgh reviewed the book for The Expository Times (in the May 2018 issue). The review is available here but is available to subscribers only.
I’ll be presenting a seminar “How to Analyze Environmental Issues to Promote Dialogue, Reconciliation, and Better Solutions” at Seattle Pacific University’s Day of Common Learning on October 17, 2018.
Joseph Tolsma at North Carolina State University reviewed the book for the American Scientific Affiliation’s journal Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith (in the March 2018 issue). The main articles in the issue are embargoed to subscribers-only for a while after the publication date, but the book reviews are available here.
I’ll be presenting a workshop, “How to Analyze Environmental Issues to Promote Dialogue, Reconciliation, and Better Solutions,” at the Creation Care at the Frontiers of Mission (CCFM 2018) conference. The conference is in Pasadena, CA and goes from April 6-7, 2018.
My AMS 2018 talk on the range of responses to environmental problems is now online: https://ams.confex.com/ams/98Annual/webprogram/Paper325278.html.
If you’re at the 2018 American Meteorological Society meeting in Austin, TX, I’m giving a talk “The Range and Choice of Responses in Addressing Environmental Problems” on Thu. Jan 11, 2018 at 11 am. Details are here.
The screencast of my American Meteorological Society, 12th Symposium on Societal Applications: Policy, Research and Practice talk, “How the Nature of Nature and the Nature of Science Affects the Nature of Environmental Stewardship,” is online here. The talk is just 15 minutes so it’s nice and short :).