FAITH-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION ORGANIZATIONS
- Green Faith: https://www.greenfaith.org
- A global coalition of over forty faith-based organizations.
- “GreenFaith inspires, educates, organizes, and mobilizes people of diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds globally for environmental action. Our work is based on beliefs shared by the world’s religious and spiritual traditions. We believe that protecting the Earth is a sacred act, and that environmental stewardship is a moral responsibility.”
- Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology: https://fore.yale.edu
- A major center for ecumenical studies and activism worldwide. Co-founded by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, Senior Lecturers and Research Scholars, Yale University. They teach courses in Native American and Indigenous religions and world religions and ecology at the Yale School of the Environment, Yale Divinity School and the Yale University Department of Religious Studies.
- “The Mission of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology is to inform and inspire people to preserve, protect, and restore the Earth community. The religions of the world transmit ecological and justice perspectives in their scriptures, rituals, and contemplative practices as well as in their moral and ethical commitments.”
Please see the Earthcare Committee webpage for more information about the Meeting’s efforts for environment and climate justice.