Faith in Conservation: New Approaches to Religions and the Environment

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AFDC (Association for Forest Development and Conservation), 7–8
Ahern, Bertie, 38
Aidan, Brother, 49, 56
Ajahn Chah, 79
Alliance of Religion and Conservation (ARC), 24, 29, 48
Asian Buddhist Network and, 46–47
asset audit of major faiths by, 39
“Celebration of Creation” and, 35–36
dynamite fishing ban in Tanzania and, 5
International Interfaith Investment Group (3iG) creation and, 13, 41
lost sutras of Mongolia project and, 44—46
Muslims protecting trees in Indonesia and, 31
relationship with World Bank and, 12–14
Sacred Gifts for a Living Planet program of, 7–8, 13
Sacred Land Program of, 61
Sikhs’ new theme and, 30–31
Yunan Environment Project and, 60
Amar Das, 139
ARC. See Alliance of Religion and Conservation
Arjuna, 92
A Rocha, 48
Art, religion and, 53–58
Art for the World, 54
Asabho, 81
Asian Buddhist Network, 46–47
Assisi, Italy, environmental meeting in, 32–33, 47, 67
Assisi Statements. See Faith statement(s) on ecology
Association for Forest Development and Conservation (AFDC), 7–8
Athravan Education Trust, 145
Avalokitesvara, statue of, 11–12
Baha’i Faith
faith statement of, on ecology, 67–68, 71–76
teachings of, on conservation and sustainable development, 71–76
Baha’i International Community, 68, 71
Baha’u’llah, 71–72, 75
Bakula, 77
Bangkok, religious land holdings preserved in, 30
Bao Pu Zi, 89
Bartholomew I (ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople), 55, 62, 83, 84
Batchelor, Stephen, 79
Belgium, Jainism in, 107
Ben Hanina, Yosi, 112–113

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Part 1 - Worlds of Difference 1
  • 1 - Changing Worlds 3
  • 2 - How Did We Get Here? 15
  • 3 - Changing Minds 23
  • 4 - Investing in the Future 37
  • 5 - Celebrating the Environment 49
  • Part 2 - The Faith Statements on Ecology 65
  • 6 - Introduction 67
  • 7 - Baha'i Faith 71
  • 8 - Buddhism 77
  • 9 - Christianity 83
  • 10 - Daoism 87
  • 11 - Hinduism 91
  • 12 - Islam 97
  • 13 - Jainism 107
  • 14 - Judaism 111
  • 15 - Shintoism 127
  • 16 - Sikhism 131
  • 17 - Zoroastrianism 145
  • Glossary 149
  • Selected Bibliography 153
  • About the Authors 157
  • Index 159
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