Terra Verde

Terra Verde – March 25, 2005

Religion and the Environment: Part II
As the Easter and Passover holidays approach, Terra Verde explores
environmentalism from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim perspectives. Are
environmental ethics explicitly or implicitly embedded in religious texts
and religious rituals in these faiths? And how have adherents turned ethics
into action to protect the environment? Terra Verde welcomes listeners to
visit the Archives to hear Part I of this series, which aired March 11, 2005
and focused on Hinduism and Buddhism.

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