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Brockwell, Joshua, ”Islam and Earth Day.” About.com, April 2005.
Chase, Steve, “Faith and the Environment: Multifaith Perspectives,” GreenProphet.com, July 27, 2008. See also the links suggested throughout and at the end of this article.
Darlington, Susan M. “The Ordination of a Tree: The Buddhist Ecology Movement in Thailand.” Ethnology, vol. 37, 1998 [excerpt].
Kolben, Deborah, “Toward a Greener Judaism.” The Jewish Daily Forward, Jan. 29, 2010.
Mohiuddin, A. K. M., “The Natural World and the Muslim,” IslamiCity.com, June 3, 2010.
Vogt, Jim and Susan Vogt, “Was Jesus a Tree Hugger? Ecology and Faith,” Every Day Catholic, April 2008.
Zuber, Devin, Ph.D., “Hieroglyphics of nature: Swedenborg, ecology and romantic aesthetics,” City University of New York, 2010, 356 pages; 3412989
“Can Religion Save the Environment?” E: The Environmental Magazine, Nov/Dec 2002.
“Religion and Ecology: Can the Climate Change?” Daedalus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2001.
The American Muslim lists many articles on Islam and the environment.
Quaker Earthcare Witness, at www.quakerearthcare.org, contains many articles and reflections on a “right relationship” with creation.
Multiple articles on faith and environment issues are available at OneCountry.org, the online newsletter of the Baha’i internationalcommunity.
The Religion and Environment website has a comprehensive list of articles on many faiths and the environment.