Various groups work toward correcting social injustices including alleviating world hunger. The command to care for Creation as God’s image bearers indicates that humans have a responsibility to restore Earth and its resources at all times. And yet, we must balance this environmental care with compassion for the hungry. Unfortunately, many popular ‘green’ or ‘organic’ methods of doing so may prevent efficiency in feeding the world. In this paper, I will examine world hunger, environmentalism, and the surrounding ethics through a lens of scientific data, practicality, social justice, and Christianity.
"The Great Divide: Disbanding the Borders between Ethical Issues of Environmentalism, World Hunger and Food Safety,"
Dialogue & Nexus: Vol. 1
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.acu.edu/dialogue/vol1/iss1/8