What do palm fronds, statues of Ganesh, and eagle feathers all have in common? They are religious objects that pose a challenge for the environment. Jay Wexler is a professor at the Boston University School of Law. He specializes in environmental law and church/state issues. His latest book is When God Isn’t Green: A World-Wide Journey to Places Where Religious Practice and Environmentalism Collide. With humor and a hope for raising consciousness and finding balance, he makes the case for continuing the conversation between the needs of religious and environmental communities.
Thursday, March 31st at 8 pm on WETS, 89.5.
Sunday, April 3rd at 8:00 am on WPVM, 103.7.
Sunday, April 3rd at noon on WEHC, 90.7.
Sunday, April 3rd at 2 pm on WETS, 89.5.
Monday, April 4th at 1 pm on WEHC, 90.7.
Wednesday, April 6th at 6:30 pm on WEHC, 90.7.
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