26th June 2012
By Natan Levy, Harfiyah Haleem and David Shreeve
Edited by Lindsay Swan
A unique example of interfaith co-operation and creativity will be launched on 27 June with the publication of Sharing Eden. It has been compiled by a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim who hope to show that all three Abrahamic faiths have a fundamental concern for the environment they all share and that it’s a matter for all of us, irrespective of whether we have a faith or not.
By combining a lightness of touch and a practical approach with some of the most beautiful and enlightening texts from the three Abrahamic faiths’ religious teaching and worship, the authors have created an accessible handbook to sustainable living which is published jointly by The Conservation Foundation and Kube Publishing.