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Global Efforts to Bridge Religion and Conservation: Are They Really Working?

Global Efforts to Bridge Religion and Conservation: Are They Really Working?
by Joseph Badash last modified Jan 10, 2013 11:44 AM
Contributors: Stephen M. Awoyemi, Amy Gambrill, Alison Ormsby, Dhaval Vyas

Awoyemi et al. argue that the gap between religion and conservation must be narrowed if the latter is to take its rightful place among mayor human concerns and endeavors. They believe that changes in human behavior are needed to conserve nature, and cite specific examples from around the world of religions and religious groups fostering such change. Because faith communities comprise the largest social organizations and can convey moral imperatives for protecting nature, the potential for advancing conservation globally is great.

Author(s): Stephen M. Awoyemi , Amy Gambrill , Alison Ormsby , Dhaval Vyas

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