Religion Seminar Series: Greening Indiana: Theologies and Ethics of Sustainability
Lisa H. Sideris is Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University with research interests in environmental issues at the intersection of science and religion. She is author Environmental Ethics, Ecological Theology, and Natural Selection (Columbia U. Press, 2003) and Consecrating Science: Wonder, Knowledge, and the Natural World (U. of California Press, 2017).
Denise Abdul-Rahman is Chair of the Environmental & Climate Justice Program of NAACP Indiana and is an active Steering Committee member of Climate Justice Alliance and RE-AMP, a member of USCAN serving as Just Social and Economic Transition Co-Chair, and a former Vice Chair of the City of Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Board.
Dori Chandler is an environmental planner, climate activist, and educator working to promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, ecojustice, waste reduction and reuse. Dori is the statewide coordinator and group leader with Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a board member with Hoosier Interfaith Power & Light, and she also works with students at Butler University.