Various Contributors


The Features section in this issue concentrates on a variety of articles looking at religion's response to a number of environmental problems. Alan Black analyses the responses to the International Values Study dealing with environmental matters. 'Tricia Blombery poses the question of the nature of the relationship between religion and environmental concern in Australia. Garry Trompf considers what the different world religions have to say on population control. Shirley Wurst looks at the religious response of ecofeminism. Reviews of two relevant recent works complete the section.

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