This chapter examines a series of powerful statements by religious leaders and institutions such as the Pope and the Catholic Church, and the Dalai Lama and Buddhism, giving an indication of their scope and seriousness in the debate. Some critical questions are raised about how environmental commitments relate to political life, both in society at large and within religious institution themselves.
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