Michael Northcott is Professor of Religion and Ecology at the Indonesian Consortium of Religious Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia (2019-), and Emeritus Professor of Ethics in the University of Edinburgh. He was Guest Professor at the University of Heidelberg in 2018. From 2013-16 Michael was PI of a large grant from the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council and led an interdisciplinary team of researchers at the University of Edinburgh who investigated the temporal, political and ethical frames of faith-based environmental activists in the UK and the USA, focusing especially on Ecocongregations Scotland. Michael has published numerous books and papers at the interface of ethics, ecology, politics and religion including The Environment and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press 1996), An Angel Directs the Storm: Apocalyptic Religion and American Empire (I B Tauris 2004), A Moral Climate: The Ethics of Global Warming (Orbis Books 2008), A Political Theology of Climate Change (Eerdmans 2013) and Place, Ecology and the Sacred: The Moral Geography of Sustainable Communities (Bloomsbury 2015). He is currently working on two research projects: on religious ethics in the Anthropocene; and on religion and ecology in the Malay Archipelago.