It's been a week already since the last FEN online seminar.  Whether you couldn't make it, or you want to refresh your memory, you can visit the seminar page now, or get the resources below.
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Gudju Gudju Fourmile, traditional owner from Gimuy (Cairns), spoke by prerecorded video of the thousands of generations of spiritually interconnected knowledge of how the seasonal plants, animals and marine life all work together along the Reef.
At her request, Myree Sam's talk and resources were ony available to participants at the live event.
Great Barrier Reef researcher and management expert, Jon C. Day presented the stark reality of the many threats facing the Reef's biodiversity.  This globally well-loved, beautiful Reef is faced with 45 different threats, all but 2 of which are currently unfolding.
Revisit Jon's powerpoint here

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  • To share mutual appreciation of religious traditions regarding ecological insights
  • To discern and foster religious reasons for advocacy

Through the network we share the experience of religious and cultural diversity which enhances the depths of one’s own religious tradition. We grow in understanding of the connections between faith and ecology. We build up networks within and between faith traditions and environmentalists.

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