This Sunday, May 28, on The Interfaith Alliance Foundation’s radio show State of
Gary Gardner, Director of Research at the WorldWatch Institute and author of the book Inspiring Progress: Religions’ Contributions to Sustainable Development, explains why religion is “an indispensable factor in achieving a sustainable world. Religion can help us rethink some of our roles and move them up the ladder.”
Welton talks with
“I would advise [President Bush] to look his children in the eyes and say to them, ‘The decisions I make today…will not hurt my grandchildren.’”
The show will also feature Bob Edgar, General Secretary of the National Council of Churches and Rev. Claire Butterfield, head of
This issue is extremely important to people of faith and is at the center of debate on what are the next steps to improve our planet for the future. State of
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