The Bahá’í International Community has worked for more than two decades to contribute to discourses on the environment. This is done in a framework that promotes the spiritual development of the individual, but also channels collective action toward service to humanity. Core activities in diverse communities are training the Bahá’ís to engage in the process of consultation, action and reflection that are fundamental to community development
Communities that have the capacity and resources to do so have engaged in a variety of outreach activities on the environment. These have included tree planting projects, recycling campaigns, organic farming, sustainable-technology innovations, radio programs, arts and music festivals and the development of conservation curricula.
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