e-learning centre on sustainable development
CASE STUDIES IN SUSTAINABILITY
Living on an Island as the Sea Rises
Climate Change Disaster Risk Reduction in Vanuatu
Charles Pierce - 17 August 2017
The Climate Change Debate: a Bahá'í Perspective
Excerpts from a letter of the
Universal House of Justice
29 November 2017
Spiritual Leaders Deliver Interfaith Climate Declaration at COP23
Personal Commitment and Invitation to UN Climate Conference:
The evolving nature of the global response to climate change
Implications for faith-based communitiesInternational Environment Forum Statement
For Baha'is among our members who are interested in discussing climate change without becoming involved in partisan political disputes, IEF member Christine Muller has just published an article for the Wilmette Institute newsletter on "How Should Bahá’ís Talk about Climate Change? Applying Recent Institutional Guidance". The link to the article is http://wilmetteinstitute.org/how-should-bahais-talk-about-climate-change/.
The Wilmette Institute will again be offering an 8 week online course on Climate Change starting 15 April 2017. This is the seventh repeat of the course developed by IEF member Christine Muller (Rhode Island, USA), with Arthur Dahl (Geneva, Switzerland) and Laurent Mesbah (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina) as supporting faculty.