The 2011 James Backhouse lecture is concerned with developing a theological response to the need to adopt more sustainable practices such as permaculture to ensure that all people have a reliable supply of food.
This lecture illuminates the original state of Earth, how humans have affected its environment, and provides theology and sustainable methods for restoring Earth to health.
Follows the author’s personal story of the change in her thinking over the course of her life.
Provides examples of Earth restoration projects and the people instrumental in achieving their success.
Rosemary (Rowe) Morrow trained in humanitarian work in France, and now teaches permaculture, a method of Earth restoration.
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