A Primer in Ecotheology
by Celia Deane-Drummond (2017)
Helpful introduction to some of the main topics in the field – a good place to start.
by Pope Francis (2015)
The pope’s encyclical letter on climate change and ‘care for our common home’.
The Greening of the Church
by Sean McDonagh (1990)
McDonagh links social and environmental problems in the developing world, focussing on his experience in the Philippines.
The Sacred Depths of Nature
by Ursula Goodenough (1998)
Written by a biologist and shows that scientific progress need not render the universe meaningless.
The Great Work
by Thomas Berry (1999)
A call to action from an early visionary in the field that point towards the epic story of the universe.
A Christian Guide to Environmental Issues
by Margot and Martin Hodson (2015)
An accessible introduction, focussing particularly on scientific material and scriptural passages
Oxford Handbook of Religion and Ecology
edited by Roger Gottlieb (2006)
A comprehensive book presenting views from many different religious traditions.
Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor
by Leonardo Boff (1997)
Boff makes an important connection between the oppression of people and the oppression of the Earth.