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Inspiring progress : religions' contributions to sustainable development / Gary T. Gardner.

By: Gardner, Gary T, 1958-.
Contributor(s): Worldwatch Institute.
Material type: TextTextSeries: "A Worldwatch book"--Cover.Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c2006Description: x, 209 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9780393328325 (pbk.); 0393328325 (pbk.).Subject(s): Sustainable development -- Religious aspects | Nature -- Religious aspects | Human ecology -- Religious aspects | Environmentalism -- Religious aspectsLOC classification: HC79.E5 | G333 2006
Contents:
The power of vision: worldviews shape progress -- The paradox of progress in the 20th century -- Tools for course correction: religions' contributions -- New vision: nature, then economies -- Nature as sacred ground -- Warming to the climate challenge -- New vision: choosing well-being -- Hungry for more: the consumption challenge -- Mindful investments -- New vision: toward an ethics of progress -- Getting to a new progress.
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"Appendix -- Organizations working on sustainable development issues" [annotated and with web addresses] : p. [167]-172.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The power of vision: worldviews shape progress -- The paradox of progress in the 20th century -- Tools for course correction: religions' contributions -- New vision: nature, then economies -- Nature as sacred ground -- Warming to the climate challenge -- New vision: choosing well-being -- Hungry for more: the consumption challenge -- Mindful investments -- New vision: toward an ethics of progress -- Getting to a new progress.

7/2009 14.95 (9.72) Gift in memory of Dr. Thomas B. Musser and Dorothy B. Musser.

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