Wilmette Institute On-line Course
Bahá'í Perspectives on Agriculture and Food
20 January to 9 March 2018
Faculty: Paul Hanley, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Kim Naqvi, Gary Reusché, Neil Whatley, Robert White
The Climate Change Debate: a Bahá'í Perspective
Excerpts from a letter of the
Universal House of Justice
29 November 2017
UN Environment and Faith-Based Organizations
Report by Arthur Dahl
The Imperatives of Sustainable Development: Needs, Justice, Limits
by Erling Holden, Kristin Lingered, David Banister, Valeria Jana
Schwanitz and August Wierling.
London and New York: Earthscan from Routledge. 263 p. published in July 2017.
book review by Arthur Lyon Dahl
Spiritual Leaders Deliver Interfaith Climate Declaration at COP23
Personal Commitment and Invitation to UN Climate Conference:
European Center for Peace and Development
International Round Table, 27 October 2017
Global ECPD Youth Forum, 28 October 2017
Belgrade City Hall, Serbia
In Search of a Better World (book review)
by Arthur Lyon Dahl
For Baha'is among our members who are interested in discussing climate change without becoming involved in partisan political disputes, IEF member Christine Muller has just published an article for the Wilmette Institute newsletter on "How Should Bahá’ís Talk about Climate Change? Applying Recent Institutional Guidance". The link to the article is http://wilmetteinstitute.org/how-should-bahais-talk-about-climate-change/.