Literally dozens of Ottawa residents might find themselves reading my words as they grab a copy this month’s (November/December 2009) of the free newsletter Peace and Environment News (PEN) published by Peace and Environment Resource Centre. It was produced as part of an initiative with the Ottawa chapter of Faith and the Common Good, upon which I serve as Baha’i representative and chairperson. Faith and the Common Good is a really neat Canadian organization that works specifically with faith communities to help them address environmental and social justice problems.
The issue featured a number of articles from different Ottawa faith groups on their achievements and challenges in engaging in environmental action and the teachings that inspire them to do so. Click below to find a hyperlinked and illustrated original version to make those literally dozens who have read the articles become literally dozens plus another twelfth of a dozen.