Join Leonard Robinson, every week as we journey together to explore how faith and sustainability connect. Guests appearing in each episode include environmental experts and influential members of different faith traditions as we find out how we can better care for our common home. We look forward to meeting you at the corner of faith and sustainability!

In this last episode of Season 1 of Faith and Sustainability, we are joined by Jack Groh. Jack is the director of the NFL environmental program and a principal of the consulting firm, US Green Sports. He has the unique job of making sure some of the biggest sporting events in the world are environmentally friendly.

Ashley Morris is the Director of Black Catholic Affairs in the Office of Intercultural Ministries at the Archdiocese of Atlanta. He challenges and helps us to look at embracing environmental justice and equity.

Jerica Richardson is a Cobb County (GA) Commissioner for district two. Her lifelong love of both the environment and politics brings a unique perspective of faith and sustainability in the government.

Rob Watson is known as the founding father of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, aka LEED, the most widely used green building rating system in the world. Rob also brings us a Jewish perspective to sustainability.

Codi Norred serves as Executive Director of Georgia Interfaith Power and Light, an organization that equips faith communities and congregations across the state of Georgia to address issues of environmental justice and climate change.

Rob McDowell is a professor at Georgia State University and was one of the experts that helped write the original Laudato Si Action Plan. He is an expert on water resources management.

Jay Bassett is a member of the Archdiocese of Atlanta Laudato Si Initiative program. He is an expert in how to purchase and recycle wisely.

Brian Savoie is the sustainability program coordinator for the Archdiocese of Atlanta Laudato Si initiative. He works with parishes and schools to implement and respond to the Laudato Si action plan.

Susan Varlamoff was a key influencer in the Archdiocese of Atlanta's Laudato Si Action Plan. This week we discuss that Laudato Si Action Plan and how it is sustainability roadmap.

Welcome to the premiere episode of Faith and Sustainability! Our guest this week is Kat Doyle, the director of the Justice and Peace Ministries for the Archdiocese of Atlanta, which includes Care for Creation. Care for Creation includes the team behind the Laudato Si Initiative, which we talk about in this podcast!

The Faith and Sustainability Podcast is coming soon! A project of the Archdiocese of Atlanta's Laudato Si Initiative, the Faith and Sustainability Podcast will be launching on the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, October 4, 2023!

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