Copenhagen is about Climate Justice Mike Ghouse, Pluralist

Climate Justice assures every one in the long haul that one can continue living and breathing regardless of being rich or poor. Protecting the environment is the right thing to do; indeed it is a sacred duty of every human. As an individual or a nation we cannot shut ourselves in a bubble; either we suffer the damage together or save the environment for all. None of us can live in silos.

I appeal to the religious and political leaders to take the responsibility to bring climate justice to the world. The purpose of religion and the purpose of governance is to bring balance (justice) to an individual and what surround one; the people and environment. Climate is not a monopoly, we cannot have good climate while others don't, what affects others affects us, there ain't no exclusive conclaves, a pluralistic approach guarantees safety and climate security for all.

Our responsibility for future is a critical decision, and I urge President Obama to do the right thing and not yield to the right wingers. We have to protect the planet including the lives of irresponsible Neocons who presume to live in bunkers for life.

Mike Ghouse is a thinker, writer speaker and an activist of pluralism, interfaith, co-existence, peace, Islam and India. He is a frequent guest at the TV, radio and print media offering pluralistic solutions to issues of the day. His websites and Blogs are listed on - He was one of speakers at the Paraliament of World's religions and a moderator on a panel.

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Comment by Mike Ghouse on December 16, 2009 at 11:04pm
Mike Lowe,

I was looking for this, thanks for sharing.

Mike Ghouse
Comment by Mike Lowe on December 16, 2009 at 10:21pm
Climate Justice was one the major themes to come out of the recent PWR in Melbourne. For those who were not able to be there, the session on "The human face of climate change" was captured on video. The speakers were Martin Frick, Director of the Global Humanitarian Forum, Mary Eveylyn Tucker, founder of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale, and a moving spirit behind the Earth Charter, and Australia's Tim Costello, CEO of World Vision Australia.

You can find the videos here, alongside regular updates from a team of activists in Copenhagen who are working behind the scenes there with a faith motivation.