Climate Change Calls For A Reengineering of Religions

From November 2 to 4, 2009, an unusual meeting took place at Windsor Castle hosted by Prince Philip of Edinburg [husband of Queen Elizabeth], president of the Alliance of Religions and Conservation (ARC), and attended by Ban Kimoon, UN Secretary General. The meeting is being called “The Windsor Event.” Prince Philip and Ban Kimoon call on world religions to protect the earth. A coalition of reps processed around Windsor Castle to open the conference Also present were representatives of religious around the world, who signed “the first broad-scale international commitment to conserve the environment involving the participation of all religions. Its goal is to adjust the behavior and attitudes of the faithful in order to protect nature for future generations.” This great commitment pretends to be the religious contribution to the International Conference on Climate Change promoted by the UN, which is presently taking place in Copenhagen (December 7-18, 2009).