Religious Approaches to Ecological Understanding & Action
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The Stewardship of the Environment Committee is responsible to the Anglican Diocese of Montreal for increasing awareness of our inter-dependence with God's environment and through advice, consultation and support, to foster the improvement of our relationship with the environment.
Within this mandate, the Committee has the following long-term objectives: To provide education and support to the Diocese in developing public positions on environmental issues;
To act as a liaison between the Diocese of Montreal and the National Church on environmental issues;
To act as a liaison between the Diocese of Montreal and civil society and religious organizations that deal with environmental issues;
To assist, with similar groups in other denominations and religions in promoting stewardship of the environment at the municipal, provincial and federal levels; To act as a consultative group to the Diocese and to the parishes on environmental issues; and
To act as a resource group to the parishes of the Diocese in promoting actions within the parish that reduces their impact on the physical environment.