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Additional Bibliographical Resources
- See also “Religion and the Environment: A Bibliography” for collections covering multiple faith traditions, historical studies, and bibliographies.
- The Forum on Religion and Ecology website has a bibliography on Christianity and the Environment. The annotated version of the bibliography can be searched.
- The International Society for Environmental Ethics maintains on its website a partially annotated and annually updated bibliography on environmental ethics, including works on religion and environmental ethics. The bibliography is capable of simple keyword searches.