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RELIGION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Planning and subsequent policy initiatives don’t address religion as an important motivation in spearheading human endeavour. Religious beliefs are a prime source of inspiration for a majority of humanity. This failure is a missed opportunity, a major but perhaps an understandable mistake, likely out of a fear of possibly inciting religious differences and a cause of conflict between various religious institutions. Our position is that religion as a mainstay for a majority of humanity dates back countless ages. Moral values and spiritual principles that major religions share in common are available potential to galvanize and promote a unity of purpose to achieve sustainable outcomes.

Below find a series of article on religions and faith-based systems to broaden understanding of some beliefs that have been mainstays for various peoples for untold ages.

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Religion and Environmental Protection
Belief Systems and the Environment
Indigenous Spiritual Beliefs
Jainism, Dharma and Environmental Ethics
Religion and Development
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