The Forum on Religion and Ecology
FORE is the largest international multireligious project of its kind. With its conferences, publications, and website it is engaged in exploring religious worldviews, texts, and ethics in order to broaden understanding of the complex nature of current environmental concerns.
Eco-Justice Working Group, the National Council of Churches has been providing an opportunity for the national bodies of member Protestant and Orthodox denominations to work together to protect and restore God’s Creation. A major task of our environmental ministry is to provide program ideas and resources to help congregations as they engage in environmental justice.
Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) is a unique evangelical ministry whose purpose is to “declare the Lordship of Christ over all creation” (Col. 1:15-20). EEN was formed because we recognize many “environmental” problems are fundamentally spiritual problems.
United Religions Initiative (URI)
Through local grassroots interfaith communities around the globe, URI transforms religious tension into positive social change.
Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life
Religious Witness for the Earth (RWE) is a national interfaith network dedicated to public witness in defense of Creation. Seeing climate change and environmental devastation as issues of justice, RWE invokes the loving spirit, selfless courage, and moral authority of the civil rights movement.
Buddhist Peace Fellowship’s open-hearted engagement with the world is expressed through expanding programs in the United States and Asia. Through BPF, Buddhists of many different traditions are developing individual and group responses to socially conditioned suffering.
The Catholic Coalition on Climate Change
The Catholic Coalition on Climate Change website addresses such questions as the moral implications of climate change, who it impacts, and what the Catholic community can do in response.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s stewardship ministry team has published Awakening to God’s Call to Earthkeeping, a guide to helping Lutherans care for Creation.
The National Religious Partnership for the Environment is a formal alliance of major faith groups and denominations across the spectrum of Jewish and Christian communities and organizations in the United States.
The Witness is the only publication aimed at Episcopalians and the Anglican Communion that embraces — without equivocation — the liberation perspective that flows from the very core of Christian belief and values. We side with Jesus’ radical claim that every person, every creature, every part of creation belongs to God and deserves the deepest respect and care.
The Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth promotes respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are apart.
Faith in Public Life
Faith in Public Life is a strategy center advancing faith in the public square as a positive and unifying force for justice, compassion, and the common good.