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Title: Sustainable development and UK faith groups : two sides of the same coin? : a survey of UK faith communities’ sustainable development activities and next steps for the future
Authors: World Wildlife Fund UK
Sustainable Development Commission
Keywords: Enabling sustainable lives
Faith groups
Shaping sustainable places
Sustainable economy
Issue Date: Oct-2005
Series/Report no.: SDC reports and papers
Abstract: A survey of UK faith communities’ sustainable development activities and next steps for the future. The report found that UK faith groups have much to offer in helping to deliver sustainable development. Rooted in their locality over generations, defined by a strong, shared set of non-materialistic values, and experienced in working together with trust and respect, faith groups are well-placed to influence and deliver sustainable development at all levels.
Version: Publisher PDF
Description: English language version of 'Datblygu cynaliadwy a grwpiau ffydd y DU : dwy ochr yr un geiniog? : arolwg o weithgareddau datblygu cynaliadwy cymunedau ffydd y DU a’r camau nesaf ar gyfer y dyfodol'.
Type: Report
Rights: (c) Sustainable Development Commission
Publication Status: Published
Status: Peer reviewed
Publisher: Sustainable Development Commission
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