A Passion for Eco Justice–Climate Reality Project

Presenter: Delia R. Heck, Ph.D., Rev. Melanie Mullen
Time: 4:40pm
Presentation Length: 30 minutes
Location: Session

A Passion for Eco-justice is a discussion with Dr. Delia Heck and Rev. Melanie Mullen centered on the concepts of environmental racism, eco- and climate-justice. In this short conversation, we will catch a glimpse of what motivates one individual to work passionately to address the justice issues imbedded in our environmental challenges.


Delia R. Heck, Ph.D.
Climate Reality

Dr. Heck is a Professor of Environmental Science at Ferrum College where she has been teaching for over 22 years. Her areas of expertise include environmental racism, eco-justice & climate-justice, sustainability, energy policy & economics and water quality. She serves on The Episcopal Church’s Task-force for Care of Creation and Environmental Racism.

Rev. Melanie Mullen
Episcopal Church

Rev. Melanie Mullen serves as Episcopal Church’s Director of Reconciliation, Justice & Creation Care – charged with bringing the Jesus Movement to the concerns of the world. Prior to joining the presiding Bishop’s staff, she was the Downtown Missioner at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, leading a historic southern congregation’s missional, civic, and reconciliation ministries.

Scroll to Top