6th IEF Lecture Webinar on Saturday, May 22 with Ndeley Agbaw

Submitted by admin on 10. May 2021 - 16:18

Welcome to the 6th IEF Lecture Webinar on Saturday, May 22!
Ndeley Agbaw, Head of the World Food Programme Office in Lake Province, Chad, will speak about
An Overview of the United Nations World Food Programme Activities in the Lake Chad Region

May 22
1pm EDT, 18:00 GMT (UK), 19:00 CET, 22:30 IST (New Delhi)

Register Here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIsduugqz8tG93WNNu2HE_weUO1mX2cdVNV

Science, Truth and Expert Advice

Submitted by admin on 2. April 2021 - 12:58

Science, Truth and Expert Advice

Excerpt from a letter of the Universal House of Justice
Department of the Secretariat
to an individual dated 11 February 2021

Working to save islands and coral reefs from climate change

Submitted by admin on 20. March 2021 - 12:26

Working to save islands and coral reefs from climate change


IEF member Austin Bowden-Kerby in Fiji has worked for many decades to address the problems of coral reefs and the small islands that depend on them. He has pioneered techniques for restoring damaged coral reefs by growing coral fragments to a size where they can be replanted on the reefs, just as trees are used for reforestation, as long as the source of damage has been controlled.

G20 Interfaith Forum

Submitted by admin on 19. March 2021 - 21:18

G20 Interfaith Forum

For Nature's Sake: A Moral Compass for the SDGs

Blog by Arthur Dahl

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