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United States Religious Leaders Honor the Moral Ascendancy of the Environmental Protection Agency

 National Religious Coalition on Creation Care Awards EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson “Steward of Creation Award” for progress on clean air, clean water and atmospheric pollution reduction in the midst of several attempts by congress to erode EPA authority. Washington, … Continue reading

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Spirituality, the Arts and Consciousness: Seek Contemplative Time

Winter serves as a magnificent time to look through a deeper, more contemplative lens and delve into the inner meanings of our lives.  The work world quiets a bit and the undercurrents of life surface. The cold, the snow, the … Continue reading

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G20 World Religious Leaders’ Statement on A Sustainable World Economy and Economic Prosperity

GLOBAL PEACE INITIATIVE OF WOMEN Concluding Statement: G20 World Forum of Religious and Spiritual Leaders Seoul, South Korea, December 2010 We, a group of religious and spiritual leaders from around the world, representing the Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Humanist, Jewish, Muslim, … Continue reading

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Spirituality, Sustainability and A Global Consciousness

One of my late teachers, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, once said:  “The modern person behaves as if the sole purpose of the universe were to satisfy their needs.”  His challenge:  “we must not give in to that reality, but rather … Continue reading

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Religious Leaders Urge UN Delegates to Take Action Now for a Low Carbon World

As the climate summit reaches new momentum with COP 16 in Cancun, a coalition of United States religious organizations, the National Religious Coalition on Creation Care, (nrccc.net) will present a collection of religion body resolutions and statements on Climate Change … Continue reading

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Climate Change Beyond Diplomacy: Thinking Outside the Box

In a world where matters of faith seem so often and so tragically to divide us, there is no issue that aligns us more deeply than our shared dependence upon and sacred responsibility to this tiny planet, enfolded within its … Continue reading

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