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One of the really big myths being foisted off on us by media is that there can’t be any interreligious cooperation between groups like the Abraham origin religions including: Jewish, Christian and Muslim faith groups because they are so different.
Are they really so different? No, not when you get truly earnest mission oriented proects to save something like good old Mother Earth. The folowing groups are just a few of the religious groups working to make humanity aware of our need to protect, change life styles and work together to influence our governments to get off their behinds to focus on collectively stopping major pollution, greenhouse warming, and the cessation of exploitation of natural resources is fragile environments such as the Artic, S. China Sea, and Rain forests of Africa, S.American and S. E. Asia.
Here are a few of the movers and shakers in this worldwide movement. You can add more to the list simply by a bit of web searching. If you can’t find your religious group, be prepared to ask, “Why don’t we(that means your religious group) give a damn about the unsustainable condition that Humanity is putting our global spaceship in?” “Why don’t we care that we are drowning our earth in our own defecation?”
Look them up ! Read about them and become a part of mission for your Earth!
United Church of Christ’s “Mission 4/1 Earth”
The Jewish Climate change Campaign
Muslim Seven Year Action Plan on Climate Change
The Evangelical Climate Initiative
American Friends Service Committee (Quakers)
Jewish Climate Initiative
“Green Muslims”, Eco-Islam . . .
Peace! Rick McBee
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