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Nature_and_Environment.42

Ecology and Spiritualilty

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{Nature_and_Environment.42.1}: ... {wren1111} Wed, 02 Mar 2005 14:27:27 CST (26 lines)
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<b>New group addresses our ecology </b>

"http://www.vanderbilthustler.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2005/03/02/42254
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<i>A new faculty-based research group has been created to address
environmental and spiritual issues surrounding not only the
Vanderbilt community and Nashville, but the world. The group, called
the Ecology and Spirituality Research Group, is a part of the Center
for the Study of Religion and Culture, one of Vanderbilt's
Interdisciplinary Research Centers.

According to Co-Director David Wood, "We are committed to
understanding the full extent of the global environmental situation,
what are the priorities for change, how to help people appreciate
both the scale and urgency of the problem, and what they can do about
it."

A cornerstone of the group's philosophy is the relationship between
ecology and spirituality, a relationship that is neither obvious nor
often talked about, but still very important.

The group finds many resources in the Christian tradition, as well as
core American values, that may help steer people "in a greener
direction," says Wood.
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