Fred Small, a Unitarian minister and co-chair of the interfaith network Religious Witness for the Earth, writes, "Every religious tradition teaches awe of creation, yet we desecrate it.
What does RWE stand for?
RWE stands for Religious Witness for the Earth
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- Rot-Weiss Essen (Germann football club)
- Royal Wholesale Electric (various locations)
- Rumble World Entertainment (Hawaii)
- Rain World Environmental Consultants (Phoenix, AZ)
- Right Wing Echo Chamber (politics)
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Fred Small, minister at the First Church Unitarian in Littleton, and one of the founders of the Religious Witness for the Earth.
Another Jewish activist, Rabbi Fred Scherlinder Dobb of the Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation in Maryland, is a co-chair of the Massachusetts-based Religious Witness for the Earth (RWE).