Friday, February 15, 2008

Religion and Environmental Justice Conference

This year, March 7-10th, over a thousand Christians are expected to gather in Washington D.C. to be advocates for justice and peace in the annual Ecumenical Advocacy Days conference. This year the Eco-Theology track of the conference will focus primarily on global climate change and how its effecting all of God's creation. Highlights, so far, include:


Eco-Theology led by eco-theologian and author, Dr. Catherine Keller
Climate Change in the Asia Pacific
Bordering on Disaster: Social and Environmental Injustice on the Border
Climate and Church: How Global Climate Change Will Impact Core Church Ministries
Faithful Security: Nuclear Weapons, Contamination and Environmental Health



Contact: Adam Bray abray@ncccusa.org

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