8/11/2019 When the green movement meets Jesus
When the Green Movement meets Jesus presents to you the
historical Jesus Christ through a new look like you have perhaps never
seen him before. Jesus is presented not as a miracle worker or son of
God, but rather as an ordinary leader facing the same challenges as all
leaders face today. He is an ordinary leader who successfully applies
principles to his leadership that are open to lay people from all walks of life Chris-
an or not. When leaders apply these principles like St. Mahias Mulumba, they can
expect success in uncertain quarters and they can create a lasng inspiraon for all
me. When the Green Movement meets Jesus, is a short book that condenses Jesus
leadership style in 10 principles that are presented in the book in a simple to under-
stand format that is parcularly applied to environmental conservaon leaders. The
principles however are applicable to all leaders from all walks of life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Robert Ddamulira holds a Bachelors Degree in
Environmental Management and an Master of Science in
Environmental and Natural Resources Management, both
from Makerere University. He has been a praccing
environmental professional since 2004 and currently works
for perhaps one of the largest independent environmental
conservaon organizaons in the world, the World Wide
Fund for Nature (WWF) as the Energy Coordinator for Africa.
Robert is also a commied Chrisan and made an unsuccessful aempt at becoming a
catholic priest, which may partly explain why he has aempted through this book to
reconcile his dilemma as environment conservaon professional and a Chrisan.
When he is not working for WWF, Robert is a serial social entrepreneur, which may help
explain lifelong mission to bringing meaning and purpose to complex social situaons
parcularly those facing the youth. Robert is the co-founder of Youth Environmental and
Social Enterprises (YESE) Uganda, a social business through which he leads and coordinates
teams that are bringing social innovaon services and products (such as improved chicken
breeds (Kuroilers) and Do-It-Yourself Solar home systems) to markets amongst the poor.
Robert was ranked by the World Bank in 2006 to be amongst the 100 best youth authors inthe world during an internaonal essay compeon on the theme How do you
contribute to solving community problems? How do you inuence
Robert Ddamulira speaks regularly at local and internaonal professional and social events
where he communicates his core believes and passions in all these
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