Vermont Interfaith Power & Light

A faith-based response to global warming

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Journey of the Universe

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This film and book project is a collaboration of evolutionary philosopher
Brian Thomas Swimme and historian of religions Mary Evelyn Tucker.
They weave a tapestry that draws together scientific discoveries in
astronomy, geology, and biology with humanistic insights
concerning the nature of the universe.

www.journeyoftheuniverse.org

8 Steps to Save Creation

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Vermont Interfaith Power and Light

A Religious Workshop in Response to Global Warming

“You must be the change you want to see in the world” - Mahatma Ghandi.

The Green Patriarch

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Letter from "The Green Patriarch", Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew,  the  Archbishop of Constantinople.
TO THE PLENITUDE OF THE CHURCH,
GRACE AND PEACE FROM THE CREATOR AND PRESERVER OF THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE, OUR LORD AND GOD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST

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Beloved brothers and children in the Lord,

Our merciful God Who loves mankind created the world to be beautiful and functional, sufficient to meet all human needs.  He granted to man, the crown and king of creation, the enjoyment of everything in the world that is necessary for life.
       

Hot and bothered: Facing up to global warming by Bill McKibben ("The Christian Century," July 11, 2006)

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As I write these words, the season's first named storm—Alberto—is developing in the Caribbean. We're now in what everyone refers to as hurricane season, which is joining winter, spring, summer, autumn, Christmas and football as a fixture on the calendar. (It probably has a brighter future than winter.)

A few years ago, words like these would have been scoffed at by most mainstream Americans, treated as the unlikely emanations of radical greens. (Trust me on that.) But within the past year or so the tide has turned. Katrina had something to do with that. So did Al Gore.

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