Symposium: God and Smog: The Challenge of Preserving Our Planet

One-day symposium will consider the environment in relation to the perspectives and actions of five religious traditions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Mormonism, and Native American traditions. The morning panel will consist of scholars who study the interaction of religion and the environment, while the afternoon panel will engage religious leaders who speak from the perspectives of their respective traditions. Among presenters are Steven Snow, LDS Church Historian, Mormon scholar Philip Barlow, and Carolyn Tanner Irish, former Episcopalian bishop. Takes place in the Parry Pavilion, 4th floor of the Huntsman School of Business. Free and open to the public

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