Religious leadership in the 21st century unfolds in a state of climate emergency, the most morally, spiritually, and politically fraught challenge the human species has ever faced. Climate emergency provokes profound theological, ethical, and political questions as well as amplifying many racial, social, and economic injustices. As such, climate emergency is not just one more critical topic religious leaders should engage but is the pervasive context of religious leadership and the work of liberation in the 21st century. With this premise in mind, this course is organized around three dimensions of liberative religious leadership: analysis (“seeing”), constructive response (judging), and praxis (acting). The first unit analyzes the colonial roots, ideological drivers, and moral structure of climate emergency. The second unit examines diverse constructive ecotheological responses to climate change and eco-crisis. The final unit attends to practical, pastoral, and pedagogical challenges regarding eco-anxiety and climate denialism. We will explore our course themes through a selection of books, articles, podcasts, videos, and interviews.