Dayenu is a multigenerational Jewish movement that aims to confront the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action.
LDS Earth Stewardship is a non-profit organization united by the belief that earth stewardship is a gospel principle and gathered for the purpose of exploring and promoting that principle. The group draws on the community and theology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but does not have an official affiliation with the Church.
Nós na Criação (We in Creation) is a Christian youth movement in Brazil focused on collaborating with the local church and indigenous communities in the experience of faith in the relationship with the Creation of God.
Lutherans Restoring Creation is a grassroots movement of Lutherans, driven by laity, pastors, lay professionals, synodical leadership, and others who hold positions in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) and its institutions. They advocate for climate justice, build community around creation care and provide worship, education and devotional resources related to the issue of climate […]
The Laudato Si Movement is a communion of global Catholics working to inspire and mobilize the Catholic community to care for the environment and achieve climate and ecological justice.
One Earth Sangha’s mission is “to support humanity in a transformative response to ecological crises based on the insights and practices of the Buddhist tradition.” They offer a Virtual EcoDharma Center, with training, resources, and courses to learn more about what people can do to address the ecological crisis. Kristin Baker is the co-founder and director.
Pioneers of Change is a non-profit and non-profit association with a focus on education for sustainable development based on secular philosophy and principles, based in Germany.
In this edition of ReligionLink, we try our hand at predicting some of next year’s big religion news themes and tease out the kinds of stories journalists, commentators and analysts might be working on, talking about or sharing with one another in 2023.
Lisa Schipper is environmental social science research fellow at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on what causes people to be vulnerable to climate change in developing countries, and the barriers and enablers for people to adapt to the changes in climate.