This interdisciplinary book explores the science and spirituality nexus in the Pacific Islands Region and as such makes a critical contribution to sustainable climate change adaptation in Oceania. In addition to presenting case studies, literary analyses, field projects, and empirical research, the book describes faith-engaged approaches through the prism of:
• Context: past, present, and future prospects
• Theory: concepts, narratives, and theoretical frameworks
• Practice: empirical research and praxis-informed case examples
• Doctrine: scriptural contributions and perspectives
• Engagement: enlisting religious stakeholders and constituencies
Comprising peer-reviewed works by scholars, professionals, and practitioners from across Oceania, the book closes a critical gap in the literature and represents a groundbreaking contribution to holistic climate change adaptation in the Pacific Islands Region that is scientifically sound, spiritually attuned, locally meaningful, and contextually compelling.