Michelle Riesenfeld Green Faith- An Interfaith Conservation on Eco-Consciousness and Activism 3/6/12 Green Faith is an interfaith coalition for the environment whose mission is to “inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership.” There are 3 components to their project: there is the website, where you can find topics related to Islam all around the world, the blog, where they talk about different topics, such as music, sexuality, and the Koran, and the third and final component is the radio show, where there are over 100 shows and you can search for whatever interests you, such as music, arts, and politics. “All together, what we have is a tremendous resource.” The core values of this project are eternal and guide the work that Green Faith performs while also defining the group as an organization. The first core value is spirit. Green Faith strongly believes that religious traditions are able to see the sacredness of
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course ENVIR 112 taught by Professor Jackkloppenburg during the Spring '12 term at University of Wisconsin.