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RELIGION IN THE ECOLOGICAL AGE

CRLE has helped create a series of initiatives to assist religious leaders and institutions to express their concern for animals and the Earth.

Religion and Ecology

The Forum on Religion and Ecology arose out of a series of ten conferences on the world's religions and ecology held at the Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions (CSWR) from May 1996 to July 1998. The series explored the diverse manner in which religious traditions view nature and construct symbol systems and ritual practices relating humans to nature. The Forum's main goal is to establish religion and ecology as an academic field of study. A major focus is Religion and Animals.


Theological Education to Meet the Environmental Challenge (TEMEC)

TEMEC encourages seminaries, schools of theology, and religiously-centered institutions to make eco-justice central to their curricula and practices.

 


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