Thursday, March 18, 6:00 p.m. to Friday, March 19, 5:30 p.m.
Plenary 1 “This Sacred Earth: Why Interreligious Partnerships are Indispensable in Addressing the Global Environmental Crisis” – Philip Clayton
Plenary 2 “Celebrating God, Celebrating Earth: Psalms, Sabbath and Holy Days” - Ellen Bernstein
Plenary 3 “Need, Greed and a Sustainable Future” – Saleem H. Ali
Plenary 4 “An Intimate Truth: Selling Water by the River” - Sevan Ross
“Organizing Environmental Interfaith Action Projects”—Christopher Stedman, Interfaith Youth Core
“Environmental Reflections on the Parliament of the World’s Religions—A Panel Discussion”—Michael Brenner, Michael Matson, Rory Phillips, and Prince Rajamony, students of Lutheran School of Theology
“Creating Faith in Place”—the Rev. Dr. Claire Butterfield, director, Faith in Place
“Twelve Kinds of Fruit: New Earth as Whole Earth”—Tom Haverly
“The Care and Redemption of God’s Good Earth: Perspectives from Christian Theology”—Robert Saler, coordinator of Earth Year at LSTC, and Ph.D. candidate, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
“Caring for Mother Earth: A Native American Perspective on Environmental Justice”—Vance Blackfox, master of divinity student, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
“Living Green at the Mosque Foundation”—Sh. Kifah Mustapha, Imam and associate director, The Mosque Foundation
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