July 5, 2017 / Theology
Mick Pope proposes that events at Standing Rock offer an example of how the politics of fossil fuels can be defeated by nonviolence.
Mick Pope is an Australia-based writer. He has graduate degrees in physics and meteorology, and he is a professor in environmental theology at Missional University and adjunct faculty at Eastern College. He has written A Climate of Hope: Church and Mission in a Warming World with Claire Dawson, and his new book, A Climate of Justice: Loving Your Neighbor in a Warming World, will be released in October.