Scranton Times-Tribune: Interfaith group tours sustainable architecture

Nov 16, 2012 | State Press Clips

Pastors and rabbis hoping to make the world greener learned a lesson about sustainable building design on Thursday at a university sponsored by nuns.

Leaders of a state interfaith and environmental organization viewed the green features of Marywood University’s School of Architecture during a tour led by founding Dean Gregory K. Hunt.

Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light considers global climate change a moral issue and marshals congregations, faith-based groups and individuals to address it through advocacy, energy efficiency, conservation and renewable resources.

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Laura Legere, Scranton Times-Tribune

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