About the Journal

Welcome to the Journal of Religion and Environmental Humanities (JREH), a pioneering publication by the Institute for Advanced Social Science and Sustainable Future. At JREH, we provide a vibrant platform for scholars, policymakers, and practitioners to delve into the intricate intersections of religion, humanities, and environmental studies. Our journal stands at the forefront of macro-level investigations into the environment through the lenses of religious traditions, philosophical inquiries, cultural analyses, and ethical reflections.

In a world grappling with pressing environmental challenges, JREH recognizes the crucial role of religion and the humanities in shaping attitudes, behaviors, and policies towards environmental sustainability. While environmental science remains central to our discourse, we believe that a comprehensive understanding of environmental issues necessitates a multidisciplinary approach that incorporates insights from religious studies, philosophy, literature, history, anthropology, and other humanities disciplines. Through rigorous scholarship and interdisciplinary dialogue, JREH aims to illuminate the diverse ways in which religious beliefs, cultural values, and ethical frameworks influence human interactions with the environment.