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Jul 5, 2017 | In the News, State Press Clips, What's New

Kayla Dimick | July 5, 2017

SOUTHFIELD — A local organization is crossing religious barriers in the name of saving the planet.

Michigan Interfaith Power and Light is a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to inspire and equip people of faith to take care of the planet, according to its website.

MIIPL is part of a nationwide organization comprising 40 state affiliates and 18,000 faith communities across the country. The organization helps places of worship implement green practices and connects them with resources on how to make their buildings more eco-friendly.

The organization, which is based in Southfield, is not bound by a certain type of religion or faith — it includes Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Sikh members, among others. Read more

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