Emerging Ecology provides resource material for people interested in self-consciously living in an emerging universe in ways that promote a mutually enhancing relationship between the human and non-human realms.
In March 2015, Nelson Stover was invited to give a sermon on Climate Change to the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greensboro. The sermon was entitled: Climate Change: Clarion Call for Congregations. A special children's story called Larry and Ursula's Big Decision was written especially for the service.
Nineteen of Nelson's poems and monographs dealing with big time are included in "Voices From a Walk Thru Time" (Updated: December 20, 2018). This collection narrates the big picture journey of the Universe in which we live. This perspective provides a context for re-thinking how humans and the non-human world can live in mutually enhancing relationships.
One of the stepping stones on Nelson's journey of understanding was expressed in a 2009 sermon entitled "A Line in the Sand".
Links to additional sermons given at the UU is Covenant congregation by Nelson Stover from 2017 and 2018 are available on YouTube.
In 2008, Nelson delivered a presentation at the ICA International's 7th Quadrennial Conference on Human Development entitled "Cultural Tsunami". This presentation was reworked and presented to a Thomas Berry Colloquium in Chapel Hill. Entitled "At The Species Level", versions of this program have been delivered at numerous locations.
In 2018, an enhanced version of Maliwada's Grandchildren was prepared to include more recent events and set a context for current projects of Emerging Ecology, ICA India, ICA International and the ICA Global Archives. Many of the photos from the original presentation have been included within the text of the revised document.
In 2009, Nelson Stover made a presentation entitled Maliwada's Grandchildren to a Symposium held to commemorate the transfer of the Joseph Wesley Mathews archives to the American University library in Washington, DC. The transcript of Nelson's presentation was included in the proceedings of the conference. The oral presentation was accompanied by a photo-rich PowerPoint slide show that is now available as a .pdf file.
A Webinar entitled "Living Like the Earth is Sacred" was presented on March 31. The recording of the session is now available on-line.
The introduction to the presentation is missing in the recording and will be available in the next release.