Do unto the planet

Abraham, Curtis
February 2013
New Scientist;2/2/2013, Vol. 217 Issue 2902, p26
An interview with director of the World Wildlife Fund's (WWF's) Sacred Earth programme, Dekila Chungyalpa, is presented. Topics discussed include the goal of Sacred Earth, the intersection between religion and conservation, and ways in which religious leaders can make a difference in conservation, such as leading their communities in ethical decision making.


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