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Center for Respect of Life and Environment (CRLE)



The work of the Center for Respect of Life and Environment is to awaken people's ecological sensibilities and to transform lifestyles, institutional practices, and social policies to support the whole life community. Major programs identify approaches to economic and social development that recognize the links between ecology, spirituality, and sustainability.
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Address:
2100 L Street, NW
Washington , DC 20037
USA
Contact Person: Thomas Rogers
Phone: (202) 778-6133
Fax: (202) 778-6138
E-Mail: crle@aol.com
Website: http://www.crle.org
   


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The Center for Respect of Life and Environment (CRLE) is a Washington, DC-based affiliate of The Humane Society of the United States. It was created in 1986 in response to the growing environmental crisis. The work of CRLE is to awaken people's ecological sensibilities and to transform lifestyles, institutional practices, and social policies to support the community of life. Major programs identify approaches to economic and social development that recognize the links between ecology, spirituality, and sustainability. The Center's programs concentrate on: 1) greening higher education and religion, 2) fostering of Earth Ethics as the foundation of a just and sustainable future, 3) promoting sustainable livelihoods and environmentally sustainable development, and 4) publishing Earth Ethics, an award-winning journal, which presents the best thinking in the emerging earth ethics. In support of its program work, CRLE serves as the secretariat for Earth Charter USA, The Association for University Leaders for a Sustainable Future (ULSF), and also for The Citizen's Network for Sustainable Development (CitNet).


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