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Monday, February 27, 2006

NEWS: Carnival of the Green #16

Carnival of the GreenThis weeks carnival takes us to the The Naked Vegetarian. Loving the image they created for the carnival. So loving the way each bloggers individuality is coming out in each carnival. This carnival is the first one to make me laugh out the little segues.

My pick of the carnival this week is from the Evangelical Ecologist blog where Don reviews Saving God’s Green Earth, a fascinating review of a Christian Ecology masterpiece by the sound of it.

I love this review not because I am a Christian (or am I? hmmmmm) but because I really think the Christian Ecology movement is starting to awaken and presents a startling force for positive change.

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At 6:16 AM, Blogger Siel said...

Interesting what you said about the Christian ecology movement, mainly because while working with Fair Trade LA, I've been running into some people motivated to join the fair trade movement due to, in their own words, their religious beliefs.

As a diehard atheist type, I question why one needs religion to want to save the planet. That said, perhaps one might consider my devotion to fair trade and environmental issues "religious," in a way...


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