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As faith leaders, we asked Frydenberg to cancel the Adani mine. It's a simple moral choice

A Buddhist leader has told Josh Frydenberg he would stand in front of machinery if digging at the Adani coal mine starts. All people of faith should join himEarlier in August, six faith leaders meet with Australia's environment and energy minister, Josh Frydenberg. Our group includes Bishop Philip Huggins, the president of the National Council of Churches, a Uniting Church reverend, a rabbi, a Catholic nun and an ordained Buddhist. This is not the start of a joke, but a polite and serious exchange.It might seem that religion has little to do with the environment or energy. Yet each of us at the meeting wants to raise a matter that, when we consider the deepest values of our respective traditions, is of grave moral concern: the proposed Adani coal mine. We are there to ask the minister to revoke its environmental licence. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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