Faith-Based Environmental Conference
Posted by on May 6, 2006
[posted from Sustainable Business Network newsletter]
Legalizing the Rights of Earth and Community: Challenging the Corporate State: Claiming Our Rights and the Rights of Nature
July 7-9, 2006, Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania
The North American Coalition for Christianity and Ecology (NACCE)
The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund
Other Keynote Speakers:
* Dr. Rosemary Reuther, Emerita Professor of Theology, Pacific School of Religion Conference Keynote Speaker
* Richard Grossman, nationally known lecturer and co-author of Taking Care of Business: Citizenship and the Charter of Incorporation, and Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy.
* Thomas Linzey, Esq., co-founder, The Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF).
* Ben Price and Emelyn Lybarger, Community organizers in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The price for the conference is $260, which includes all lodging and meals. Lodging will be provided in dormitory rooms at Gettysburg College, and all meals will include meat, fish, and vegetarian selections. If you register before April 15th, the price is $235. After May 15th, the price is $280. The deadline for registration is June 21st.
For scholarship requests or other questions, please e-mail the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (651) 698-0349. Checks or money orders should be made out to ?NACC? and sent to: NACCE, P.O. Box 40011, St. Paul, Minnesota 55104. For additional information and a registration form, please visit the NACCE website at: http://www.nacce.org.
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