Our Annual Conference, Practical Theology as Ecotheology has been rescheduled for 13-15 July 2021. Many continue to die of hunger due to famine. The .. Read more church and faith are critical pillars for Pacific Island communities and an important aspect of cultural identity. These pillars are now being challenged by the impact of climate change. This paper will consider the theological and spiritual implications of climate change as experienced by communities in the Pacific. The paper will consider how and why theology can either be transforming or disempowering mediators for change and therefore cannot be ignored in the conversations on climate change in the Pacific. The paper will explore the theological questions people are asking, the challenges communities are facing, and the role of theology and faith in building resilient communities.
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