Faith & Nature Workshop
18 March 2001
CHIJ Sec. School Toa Payoh
9.00 am to 4.30 pm

Supported by
Singapore Environment Council - Nature Society (Singapore) -
Singapore Archdiocesan Conference of Religious - Alliance of Religions and Conservation

No entrance fee needed. Lunch will be provided.
Please r.s.v.p. by 16 March 2001 by faxing or emailing the completed
registration form

As environmental issues become more pertinent in today’s society, people of various religions/worldviews feel a calling to respond to these concerns.

With the kind support of the Singapore Environmental Council, a group of individuals from different religions/worldviews came together to organise a workshop for the better understanding of inter-faith teachings on environmental care and preservation.

In March 1995 a conference on Religions, Land and Conservation held in Ohito, Japan, brought together a group of experienced faith based environmentalists of the world’s major faiths. Based on the objectives of the Ohito Declaration that was produced during the conference, we hope the workshop will help to:

Collectively, people of faiths represent the most powerful voice in the world. Hence your voice in this event would add value to the discussions arising. We hope the workshop will allow an opportunity to share common concerns for our future.

We invite you and members of your community/organisation to join us in this event.

Please r.s.v.p. by 16 March 2001 by filling in the registration form or e-mail: or call:

Farheen Mukri 7744 885 (office)
Selma Jansen 4647 853 or 7498 971 (office)
Molly Lim (fax) 4743 778

Thanks and best regards.

On behalf of Faith & Nature Workshop committee,

Farheen Mukri (Ms.)

Workshop topics:

  1. Consumerism and Advertising &endash; A lifestyle choice
  2. Food choices and related environmental issues
  3. How to be environmental at home?
  4. Faith’s response to nature
  5. Nature Conservation in Singapore
  6. Animal issues in Singapore