Paul Gorman

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Paul Gorman "is the executive director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, a formal coalition of diverse Jewish and Christian faith groups whose program he helped set in motion in 1991. A graduate of Yale and Oxford, he worked in Congress in the 1960s where, among other projects, he organized the congressional delegation to Selma and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Vietnam. Gorman served as a speech writer and press secretary to Senator Eugene McCarthy in his 1968 presidential campaign, and has been a consultant to numerous elected officials. He has hosted a regular public radio program for 28 years and a PBS television show, and authored How Can I Help? (Knopf, 1984). Gorman has taught at the City University of New York, Sarah Lawrence College, and Adelphi University." [1]

"Paul Gorman receives the Heinz Award in the Environment for his success in mobilizing the American religious community to address the environmental challenge, and at the same time, providing spiritual and moral resources for those working to protecting both the natural world and the fragility of human life." [2]

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  1. Paul Gorman, Great Lecture Library, accessed October 20, 2007.
  2. Paul Gorman, Heinz Award, accessed October 20, 2007.
  3. Advisory Committee, Alliance for Climate Protection, accessed October 20, 2007.
  4. Advisory Board, Center for a New American Dream, accessed December 28, 2007.