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Monday, July 31, 2006

NEWS: Carnival of the Green #38

Carnival of the GreenAnother monday and that means another Carnival of the Green.

This week's carnival is to be found at Treehugger and my pick this week is the Evangelical Ecologist post covering the Bishop of Londons claim that flying is a sin.

Plus I would be remiss for not mentioning the Christmas Lights campaign.

Next week: City Hippy hosts the 39th Carnival of the Green, unless Heston causes any more trouble.

More info about the Carnival of the Green re hosting (now booked up into March 07) and posting available here.



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At 6:59 PM, Anonymous Don Bosch said...

Thanks, CH! Hey, can I put out a bleg for folks to also drop by and check out my live-blog of what I think is one of the first ever environmental conferences hosted by a mainline evangelical denomination (Vineyard Church) here at Vineyard Boise, ID. The conference is called "Let's Tend the Garden." Speakers include the head of Vineyard USA Bert Waggoner, Peter Illyn of Restoring Eden, Dr. Cal DeWitt who started Au Sable Institue and Evangelical Environmental Network, and many other green Christian leaders.

I get lots of emails from folks that want to know more about what Christians are doing for the environment. Well, I'm at the center of that movement right here in Idaho, I think.

Thanks, bro. Grace, peace and namaste,

At 7:20 PM, Blogger City Hippy said...

Fine with me Don, the event looks very interesting indeed...look forward to your reports!




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