Monthly Archives August 2015

Bringing faith-based groups into the environmental dialogue: Love thy neighbour as thyself.

Guest post by Sarah Beley, Fossil Free Faith Fellow. Concern for what I see as the compartmentalization of many social and environmental issues that are actually interrelated, was what motivated me to join Fossil Free Faith. I strongly believe that interfaith dialogue is part of the solution and an inclusive tool to engage communities, which up until now, have only marginally been involved in conversations around climate. By deepening the conversation to include spirituality, the vocabulary is expanded, capturing an element that is not being picked up through the economic, academic, or scientific lens. Love thy neighbour as thyself. I was
Read More