Anne Lanyon: Faith and ecology – what do they have to do with each other?
Passionate about education for a better world, Anne coordinates Social Justice days, facilitates workshops and reflection days, develops resources for schools, parishes and community groups, is involved in a variety of peace, ecology and justice groups, including the Diocese of Broken Bay and her parish, and does bush regeneration. She likes to work in a facilitative, networking and coordinating manner. Anne’s background is as a teacher and Religious Education Co-ordinator. Married with three wonderful children and their partners, five grandsons and a close extended family, she loves bushwalking, the garden, music, life!
Faith and Ecology: What do they have to do with each other? Anne Lanyon is an administrator of the Faith Ecology Network (FEN) which is an Australian hub for strengthening an interfaith dialogue between science and religion. We encourage action between different faith communities regarding ecological insights through holding events, producing publications and sharing information through our networks and on social media. The network includes people from Aboriginal, Anglican, Bahá’í, Buddhist, Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Jewish, Hindu, Islamic, Quaker, and Uniting Church faith traditions. In the midst of divisiveness, appreciation of religious insights into ecological matters is something we can and do work on together – now more than ever. Come and learn a little of why we do this, what we have done, and what we hope to do in the future. http://www.faithecology.net.au/