Interfaith Dialogue on Climate Change
Lakshmi Lavanya Rama Iyer, Head of Policy and Climate Change, WWF Malaysia, Malaysian Climate Change Group Coordinator | Anthony Tan, Executive Director, Centre for Environment, Technology and Development and Past Coordinator, Malaysian Climate Change Group
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Faith plays a prominent role in the lives of many, and as the issue of climate change becomes more pressing by the day, alternative, innovative measures are being taken to address it. The interfaith dialogue on climate change works to advocate for climate change at communal and individual levels by appealing to different representations of faith and the importance that the environment, and its protection, plays in their philosophies. On the 11th of October 2015, the Malaysian Climate Change Group is hosting an interfaith dialogue on climate change which will explore religious and moral teachings in Malaysia to facilitate behavioural changes amongst Malaysians. Here to speak to us about this dialogue is Lavanya Rama Iyer, Head of Policy and Climate Change at WWF Malaysia and Coordinator of the Malaysian Climate Change Group (MCCG) and Anthony Tan, Executive Director of Centre for Environment, Technology and Development (CETDM) and Past Coordinator of MCCG.
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