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resources for protecting and managing God's creation, in natural and man-made environments


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    A Christian Approach to Teaching Ecology. . . Or is it Environmental Science? Tertiary-Lifelong
    The author explains how ecology, a multidisciplinary science, is easily integrated with other disciplines and faith. An outline of how ecology may be used to reach an understanding of humanity's relationship with nature, with one another, and the Creator is...

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    A Creation Perspective on Economics, Ecology and Environment Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    Fisher considers how many features of society (economics) and religion have affected nature in a drastic way. He looks specifically at Christians and ways they can change.

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    Caring for the Environment - God's Business and Ours Tertiary-Lifelong
    "God envisions an ecological future. It is a future, however, that depends on our stewardship."

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    Christians and the Environment - A Biblical Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong
    Zuill explores why the church has been so uncertain of it's place in the "Environmental Movement" and specifically how we as Adventists should relate to the needs of creation, needs that are now made more acute by years of neglect and abuse. Zuill...

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    CSS Vol 4 Editorial: The Christian and Environmental Issues Tertiary
    In 1992, the SDA church made a statement affirming "the centrality of the sabbath doctrine in our stewardship of the earth and of the redemption doctrine in bringing healing at both the personal and environmental level. But to what extent does an institutional...

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    Environmental Education: Teaching Stewardship to College Students Tertiary
    In spite of the belief that Jesus will soon return, Adventists have the responsibility to care for the earth and to teach students to be stewards and environmentally aware. Environmental science studies the interaction between human interests and the environment....

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    Environmental Science Education in Seventh-day Adventist Colleges and Universities - A Model Program Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    "In the developing world it has been traditionally difficult to promote environmental issues with limited resources particularly while meeting the basic demands of a developing society." From this issue Jones has proposed a program that can be used...

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    Environmental Spirituality Tertiary-Lifelong
    "It is difficult to address the crises of ecology and relevance in religion where the culture is increasingly secular, disbelieving, and unable to ground itself in local experience. This paper proposes that church leaders have the opportunity to change...

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    Expanding the Garden - A Christian's View of Nature Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    Zuill looks at the role of the church in the environmental movement. He suggests possible approaches to integrating faith with the study of nature and natural science. The point in the end is to "lead to greater trust in the Creator and better use of...

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    From Farm to Fork - How Should Adventists View the Dark World of Factory Farms? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "If our Creator views animal welfare as a societal issue of ethics, shouldn’t humans, as His stewards, be exploring alternative industry standards that offer a better quality of life to farm animals?"

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    Green is an Important Part of the Spectrum 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Joy Veverka showcases what one school is doing to “go green” while using such opportunities to provide outstanding learning experiences for their students. The projects at Rogers Adventist School include solar panels, a wind turbine, and a salmon tank.

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    Health Hazards of the Environment Tertiary-Lifelong
    David and Angela Bennett Dyjack talk about the illnesses that plague our planet due to a polluted environment and suggest some things that we can do to help.

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    How Can Christian Industries and Institutions Practice Environmental Care? Grade 11-Lifelong
    Ashton focuses on how the Seventh-day Adventist commitment to the observance of the Sabbath as an eternal memorial of God’s creative and redemptive activity should affect the way Adventists operate their industries and institutions.

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    How Can We Teach Principles and Practices of Environmental Care 0-2 years-Lifelong
    In this article, Rodger F. Jones focuses on what Christian educators can do in order to integrate biblical principles, such as service and stewardship, and an appreciation for the aesthetic value of creation, into an environmental science curriculum at various...

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    How Does Human Activity Affect Species Extinctions? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by William Hayes and Floyd Hayes focuses on the impact humanity has had on species extinction and the loss of biodiversity. The writers first summarize the history of human-caused extinctions, and then describe three key points of evidence that...

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    JAE Editorial: Caring for God's World is Very, Very Good 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Caring for creation is biblical! This issue focuses on the questions pertaining to how Christian Adventist educators should approach matters of conservationism and environmentalism. Featured in this issue are: What...

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    Restoration of the Environment - an Adventist Perspective Tertiary-Lifelong New!!
    Otewa outlines "the fall of humanity in sin as the rootcause of the widespread environmental destruction on the surface of the earth." He also proposes "ways by which Adventist teachers can integrate faith in their teaching of environmental...

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    Sabbath - The Theological Roots of Sustainable Development Grade 12-Lifelong
    "It is the thesis of this paper that, in general, the points of emphasis by the UN Commission on Sustainable Development are in close, but not perfect, alignment with the concept of Sabbath-shalom in Scripture. Some differences also exist. Sabbath begins...

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    Schools Going Green - Practical Ways That Schools Are Impacting the Environment 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Lori Futcher explores options for Adventist schools other educational institutions who wish to take their responsibility for the environment seriously.

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    Science - Recycling Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This idea uses the Canadian Encorp website as a resource for a recyclying program. While the program is only for schools in British Columbia, Canada, the website has free information on...

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    Teaching Elementary and Secondary Students How to Care for the Earth Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Students in elementary and secondary schools don't have specific classes designed to teach environmental issues. Thus, these issues need to be integrated into the existing curriculum. Also, school-wide projects dealing with the environment help to involve...

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    The Ecological Cost of What We Eat Tertiary-Lifelong
    "A case for wise choices that would help the climate as well as your waistline."

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    The Environment - Should Christians Care? Tertiary-Lifelong
    The environmental movement has evoked enthusiasm as well as calumny, and generated much controversy. Human greed opposes environmentalism and many conservative Christians remain indifferent. Fortunately, a positive Christian response to environmental needs...

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    The Fate of Nature Tertiary
    "The Judaeo-Christian tradition of Creation with its directives for humans to subdue and to have dominion over the Earth has been seen as a factor in the generation of negative or exploitative attitudes towards the natural world, especially among Christians...

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    What Can We Do in Our Homes and Schools to Care For the Environment? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article by Carrie Wolfe answers the question “what are some practical things we can do at home and school to care for the Earth’s environment?”

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    What Do Adventists Have to Say to the World about Environmental Stewardship? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "Seventh-day Adventists recognize and support the scriptural call to environmental care. They engage creation care in multiple ways and at both individual and corporate levels. Can the Adventist Church do more to promote creation care? The answer...

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    What Does the Bible Teach About Our Relationship to the Environment 0-2 years-Lifelong
    In this article, Humburto M. Rasi addresses humans and their relationship to the environment. The writer starts by bringing up beliefs widely held by Christians that seem to run in opposition to environmentalism. After this, the writer then address two important...

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    Why Nature Matters - Seventh-day Adventist Education in the Anthropocene Kindergarten-Tertiary
    "Why does nature matter? Why should we as individuals, as members of our church, our country, the human race, care about nature?"

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    Why Should Christians Practice Environmental Stewardship If the World Will Be Destroyed? Tertiary-Lifelong
    "To uplift God faithfully so that all are drawn to Him, is to proclaim and cherish the preciousness of His creation, the grace of His redemption, the constancy of His ongoing care, and the joy of His consummation."

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    Wish to WISHCRAFT - A Peek into an Environmentally Friendly School Kindergarten-Lifelong
    "This qualitative case research probes WISHCRAFT, the recycling project of a private school in the Philippines that does not only help heal the earth, but also provides opportunities for quality education of its less privileged students."

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    Your Students Can Be Global Scientists Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE), a hands-on international, environmental science and education program, links students, teachers, and the scientific community in efforts to learn about environment through student data collection...