Looking to do a little LDS reading on Earth Day?
Hugh Nibley ,“Subduing the Earth” in On the Timely and the Timeless (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center, 1978) and “Brigham Young on the Environment” in To the Glory of God. Mormon Essays on Great Issues: Environment, Commitment, Love, Peace, Youth, Man. (Salt Lake City: Deseret Book Co., 1972)
Emma Lou Thayne, How Much for the Earth: A Suite of Poems: About Time and Considering (Signature Books, 1983).
Terry Tempest Williams Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place (Vintage, 1992)
Thomas Alexander’s “Stewardship and Enterprise” in Western Historical Quarterly 25 (Autumn 1994): 340-64
Richard Jackson’s “Righteousness and Environmental Change: The Mormons and the Environment” in Essays on the American West 1973-1974, 5 (Brigham Young University Press: Provo, UT): 21-42
Jeanne Kaye and Craig J. Brown. “Mormon Beliefs about Land and Natural Resources, 1847-1877.” Journal of Historical Geography 11(3): 253-267.
Aaron Kelson The Holy Place: Why Caring for the Earth and Being Kind to Animals Matters (Spotsylvania, VA: White Pine Publishing, 1999)
Terry Tempest Williams, William B. Smart and Gibbs M. Smith, eds. New Genesis. A Mormon Reader on Land and Community, (Layton, UT: Gibbs-Smith Publisher, 1998)
George Handley “The Environmental Ethics of Mormon Belief” in BYU Studies 40:2 Summer 2001: 187-211)
Matthew Gowan and Philip Cafaro “A Latter-Day Saint Environmental Ethic” in Environmental Ethics 25 (2003): 375-94)
Mark J. Nielsen, Ensign, “The Wonder of Creation”, March 2004, pp. 60-65).
All other suggestions gratefully accepted.