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Dying Planet, Living Faith: Religious Contributions to Environmentalism

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As part of Green Week 2010, CU Faiths Forum will be hosting a panel discussion about the role of religion in today’s grave environmental situation, and its potential for promoting positive responses. Senior members of Cambridgeshire’s Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities will present the viewpoint of their faith on environmental issues, and discuss how religion can contribute to current efforts in the struggle against climate change. For topical discussion and stimulating company.

This talk is part of the Dying Planet, Living Faith: Religious Contributions to Environmentalism series.

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