Environmental Implications of the Laudato Sì: Past, Present and Future | University of Oxford

Environmental Implications of the Laudato Sì: Past, Present and Future

Speakers
Miriam Allena, Josephine van Zeben, Denis Galligan, Jonathan Arnold, Fabrizio Fracchia, Christopher J. Hilson, Bruce Huber
Event date
Event time
14:30 - 17:45
Venue
Worcester College
Walton Street
Oxford
OX1 2HB
Venue details

Nash Room

Event type
Lectures and seminars
Event cost
Free
Disabled access?
Yes
Booking required
Recommended

This roundtable meeting brings together a small group of scholars from the United Kingdom, Italy and the United States to discuss the environmental implications of Pope Francis’s Laudato Sì, the encyclical in which he tackles questions about environmental damage and global warming.

Through informal debate participants will cover the broader theological and environmental context in which to place the encyclical. In addition, several specific issues will be discussed relating to environmental problems that face modern regulators. In light of the close relationship between the human and natural environment, specific attention will be paid to the socio-legal dimensions of these environmental and regulatory challenges.

Session 1 will cover the theological and environmental context and session 2 explores environmental issues.