Faith and the environment

The Bible Society has released the results of a small-scale poll of the attitudes of religious people towards the environment. Seven in ten believe that caring for the environment is part of their religious duty.

The Society’s press release will be found at:

The poll was conducted via Faithbook, an interfaith social networking site on Facebook, which was set up by Global Tolerance in 2008 to improve interfaith relations and tackle extremism on the web.

Faithbook used Survey Monkey to collect the data.

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