August 25, 2012. (Romereports.com)
A Bible printed on recycled paper with the words etched in vegetable
ink. This is a project of the United Bible Societies as a way to promote
an eco-friendly environment.
It will be launched on August 28 in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, which is a symbolic location where mother nature is respected. It became a Natural Heritage Site in 1979.
To remind readers of the responsibility that human beings have when it comes to the environment, the Bible includes highlighted passages that show God's care for creation.
The Eco-Bible will also feature several articles and expert advice on environmental protection.