This Comparative Heritage project undertakes to study Ecology and Spirituality as crucial aspects in human evolution and sustenance. The comparative focus here attempts to document the intersectionalities between ecology and spirituality; how one defines (affects/sustains/impedes, etc.) the other?
This aspect of the Comparative Heritage initiative commences with the Niger Delta Environment, with a view to determine the impacts of human (political, commercial and economic, etc.) activities on meanings and meanderings given to religion and spirituality. The magazine, Environment Religion and Niger Delta, publishes thoughts, opinions, and research works of practitioners and academics alike.