Channing Z. Snyder was committed for much of his life to environmentally sustainable approaches to farming and energy, as well as spreading the unifying message of Baha’u’llah since 1977. He combined these callings in his 10 years as a Baha’i pioneer in Finland. Chan passed away October 30, 2012, having lived for many years on [...]
Efforts by Baha’i communities in support of the environment are at an early stage but growing.
Frequently asked questions about the importance of acting immediately to stem the tide of climate change.
Brilliant Star magazine, published for children ages 8–12 by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of the United States, received a 2010 APEX Award of Excellence for Green Writing. This is Brilliant Star’s fourth APEX Award for Publication Excellence. The Green Writing category focuses on topics such as conservation, energy, the environment, and climate change. [...]
Acceptance of the ethical dimension of climate change has risen to a new level of importance in discussions at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, say members of the Baha’i delegation.
Baha’is from five continents, including two from the United States, are making presentations at the Parliament of the World’s Religions – an event now held every five years in the modern continuation of an initiative begun more than a century ago.
A study course on the Scientific and Spiritual Dimensions of Climate Change has just been made available online by the International Environment Forum (IEF), a Baha’i-inspired organization addressing environment and sustainable development.