“Catholic Moral Traditions and Energy Ethics for the Twenty-First Century” is a co-authored, peer-reviewed journal article assessing current energy realities in light of Catholic social teaching.
Primary authors are Erin Lothes, College of St. Elizabeth, David Cloutier, Mount St. Mary’s University, Elaine Padilla, New York Theological Seminary, Christiana Z. Peppard, Fordham University, and Jame Schaefer, Marquette University. Contributing authors are Meghan Clark, St. John’s University, Christine Firer Hinze, Fordham University, Richard Miller, Creighton University, Nancy Rourke, Canisius College, and Matthew Shadle, Marymount University .
Many thanks to Marie Venner, Chair of the National Academies’ Transportation Research Board Subcommittee on Climate Change Impacts, Energy, and Sustainability, for the executive summary, to Bill Patenaude, CatholicEcology.net for the ethics summary, to Fr. Terrence J. Moran, Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity, Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth, for the Spanish translation of the executive summary, and to Debbie Figueroa, Ascension Church for the Spanish translation of the ethics summary.
Special acknowledgment to “The Ethical Team” for graphics.