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                              Edwin A. Gariguez CBCP-NASSA

 

“If the environmental crises facing the world today were simply a matter of information, knowledge, and skills, then we would be heading out of these dangers. For more than 30 years the world’s major institutions, scientists, and governments, and some of the largest nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), have compiled and analyzed details of how we are abusing the planet . . . Yet the crises are still with us. The simple fact is that knowledge on its own is not enough . . . Ultimately, the environmental crisis is a crisis of the mind . . . We see, do, and are what we think, and what we think is shaped by our cultures, faiths, and beliefs . . .

 

 

- World Bank Study (Palmer and Finlay 2003)

 

 

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