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Congregations turn to compost for lessons on life, death and the environment
WASHINGTON (RNS) Across the country in the past decade, hundreds of houses of worship have started composting, relating it to theological concepts of resurrection and stewardship.Read More »
POLL: How are you being an environmental steward?
At this weekend's Coffee Talk we discussed environmental stewardship. A lot was packed into the conversation, and now we want to hear from you.Read More »
New book recounts church gardening as peacemaking ministry
Fred Bahnson’s first bit of advice when he started planning a church garden eight years ago came from an elderly tobacco farmer who grabbed a handful of soil, rolled it around in his fingers and shook his head:Read More »
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At environmental summit Dalai Lama says education leads to change
PORTLAND — The deterioration of the planet is a “very serious matter,” the Dalai Lama said Saturday morning during a forum hosted by Maitripa College.
He was the highlighted speaker during, “Universal Responsibility and the Global Environment: An Environmental Summit,” which featured noted experts Andrea Durbin, director of the Oregon Environmental Council, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber and scientist David Suzuki.Read More »