4 Nov 2009


Salam, Peace,

Our November monthly forum will take place this Sunday. Details are below.

warm wishes

Muzammal - on behalf of the LINE team

LINE (London Islamic Network for the Environment) Monthly Forum:

Date: Sun 8th Nov 2009
Time: 2.15pm to 4.45pm
Venue:4th Floor, Muslim World League, 46 Goodge Street, London, W1T 4LU (entrance on the corner of Charlotte Street); Nearest Tubes: Goodge Street (Northern Line), Euston Square (Hammersmith & City, Circle, & Metropolitan Lines) & Warren Street (Victoria Line).

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Reading & Discussion facilitated by LINE

This month's forum will include examining how our relationship with nature is framed through the lens of mainstream environmentalism, as well as through deeper approaches. To support this, we will once again read selected pieces from Andrew Dobson's book, 'Green Political Thought'. Questions we might reflect on include: To what extent is mainstream environmentalism transformative in its approach? Will real solutions to ecological challenges be solved with outer fixes and human beings as they are, or is there a need to also work on our 'self'? How might pressures that green groups face to gain popular support affect the values they hold? Our discussion will look at reformist approaches as well as more radical ones.

Also within the forum, we will hear feedback from past events and things in the pipeline, such as Copenhagen. There will as usual be a slot for Resource Cycle

No charge and open to all. Donations welcome.

For more information: www.lineonweb.org.uk; Tel: 0845 456 3960 (local rate)


LINE is the UK's first local Islamic ecological activist group. We hold open forums in central London and engage in a transformative approach. Our activities include deep dialogue, educational talks and workshops, climate change campaigning, and nature outings. Find out more about us by visiting our website: http://www.lineonweb.org.uk

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