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About faith and Environment Blog
The faith and environment blog is an online forum that exists to enable multi-disciplinary conversations around the nexus of faith and spiritual values and the environment.
The blog is run by the Kabarak University Press as one of their projects dubbed 'The Faith and Environment Project'.
The Faith and environment blog aims to promote multidisciplinary scholarly discussion on faith and the regulation of environmental protection from an African-regional perspective. It will feature scholarly work mainly from the global south with an aim of developing and publishing scholarly material on faith and the regulation of environmental protection.
Faith and spiritual values are common driving factor for most cultures and societies. Aligning environmental protection with culture and religion can help us understand our environment better and how to protect it. It may also lead to a behavioral change and effectively aid in conserving help in the long-term environmental protection.
The Faith and Environment blog considers submissions from students of law, researchers, policy makers, academics, theologians and environmental matters experts.
Those interested in making contributions to the blog are encouraged to meet the following requirements;
- It should be around 1000 words.
- It should address matters on faith and environmental discourses bringing out the interreligious and ecological intersections.
- Citations in the form of endnotes are encouraged.
Submissions shall be sent to email@example.com