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Archive for December, 2013

Stewardship in Action: Paul Alan Cox

Monday, 30 December, 2013

Paul Alan Cox Executive Director, Institute for Ethnomedicine Can you tell us about the work you do and the organization you work with? I founded Seacology, a not-for-profit organization headquartered in Berkeley, California. Seacology helps indigenous peoples on islands throughout the world protect their habitats and cultures. We do this by building schools, medical clinics,…

Merry Christmas from LDS Earth Stewardship

Sunday, 22 December, 2013

2013 was a big year for LDS Earth Stewardship. Here are just a few of the highlights. The first highlight is not something we did, but something for which we are immensely grateful. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints launched a new Environmental Stewardship and Conservation web page. If you haven’t visited the web page…

The LDS Church and Stewardship

Monday, 16 December, 2013

We at LDS Earth Stewardship are so pleased to see the new statement about the importance of conservation and stewardship by the LDS Church and the many helpful links provided there. We recognize that there are differences of opinion about environmental policy among church members, but we have always believed that we should all be…

Air Pollution: What You Can Do to Clean the Air

Wednesday, 11 December, 2013

So far in the air pollution series, we’ve looked at the extent of the air quality challenge in the US, the way air pollution disproportionately affects the most vulnerable members of our society, and examined Los Angeles and Utah’s Wasatch Front as case studies of two different pollution scenarios in the US.  In this, the…