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December 2011
1. Editorial, by Elizabeth McAnally
2. Canadian Interfaith Call for Leadership and Action on Climate Change
3. Statement of Our Nation’s Moral Obligation to Address Climate Change
4. New Books 
5. Events
6. Paul Winter’s Solstice Celebration (December 15-17, 2011 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NY, USA)
7. “Food, Glorious Food: The Eucharist & Your Foodshed” (June 18-24, 2012 at Ghost Ranch, NM, USA)
8. “Contemplative Environmental Studies: Pedagogy for Self and Planet”
(July 1-7, 2012 at Lama Foundation, NM, USA)
9. Calls for Papers
10. Job Announcement: Genesis Farm Director
11. Water Ethics Network
12. Earth Story Calendar
13. Swedish Poet Tomas Tranströmer Wins the Nobel Prize in Literature
14. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

November 2011
1. Editorial, by Elizabeth McAnally
2. Events
3. Interfaith Petition for Climate Justice at COP 17
4. New Website: Forum on Religion & Ecology @ Monash University (Melbourne, Australia)
5. New Books
6. “Religion and Environment” Review by Willis Jenkins and Christopher Key Chapple
7. New Classroom Edition DVD & Study Guide: Shugendo Now
8. Calls for Papers
9. “Renewing the Face of the Earth: Lenten Reflections on Air”
10. Community Solar Day: Occupy Rooftops (Nov. 20)
11. Christianity and Ecology Statements
12. Message of Solidarity for Small-Scale Farmers 
13. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

October 2011

1. Editorial, by Elizabeth McAnally
2. Wangari Maathai (1940-2011)
3. Gordon Kaufman (1925-2011)
4. Journey of the Universe Film Screenings
5. Events
6. Forum Luncheon & Journey of the Universe Film Screening at the American Academy of Religion (November 18, 2011 in San Francisco, CA, USA)
7. Church Forest: a documentary film about the Church Forests of Ethiopia
8. Call for Papers: Minding Animals Conference 2012 (July 1-7, 2012 at Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
9. Call for Papers: 9th Annual Meeting for Environmental Philosophy (June 12-15, 2012 in Allenspark, CO, USA)
10. Call for Papers: “Towards Indian Ecocriticism” (December 2-3, 2011 at Central University of Tamil Nadu, India)
11. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

September 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Film Screenings
3. Tar Sands Climate Protests 
4. Events
5. New Books
6. Forum Luncheon & Journey of the Universe Film Screening at the American Academy of Religion (November 18, 2011 in San Francisco, CA, USA)
7. St. Francis Pledge to Care for Creation and the Poor
8. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

August 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Film Screenings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. Rights and Humanity’s Global Leaders Congress 2011 (September 11 – 14, 2011 in Liverpool, UK)
6. “The Wisdom of Thomas Berry” (September 27 – November 22, 2011 in Calgary, AB, Canada)
7. World Council of Churches (WCC) Climate Change Update #52
8. New Issue of Eco Islam Magazine by Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences (IFEES) 
9. Certificate in Yoga and Ecology at Loyola Marymount University
10. Interviews on Hinduism and Ecology with Pankaj Jain
11. Tar Sands Climate Protests 
12. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

July 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally 
2. Journey of the Universe Film Showings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. Tar Sands Climate Protests
6. “A Call to Action on Climate Change,” by Jonathan Gorham
7. Earth Ministry’s 4th Annual St. Francis Creation Care Sermon Contest
8. Open Spaces Sacred Places National Awards Initiative
9. Call for Papers: "Religions, Science and Technology in Cultural Contexts: Dynamics of Change" (Conference of the International Association for the History of Religions, March 1-3, 2012 in Trondheim, Norway)
10. Call for Papers: "Green Perceptions: Ecology and Texts" (Conference on September 15-16, 2011 at St. Paul's College, Kerala, India)
11. Thinking Nature: A Journal on the Concept of Nature
12. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

June 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Film Showings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. Webinar on Hinduism and the Environment with Pankaj Jain
6. The Sacred Door Trail
7. Call for Papers: “Transforming Feminisms: Religion, Women and Ecology” (Special Issue of the Journal for the Study of Religion)
8. Call for Papers: Eighth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability (January 10-12, 2012 in Vancouver, Canada)
9. Call for Nominations: “Tunza International Children & Youth Conference on the Environment” (September 26-30, 2011 in Bandung, Indonesia)
10. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology
 
May 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Film Showings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. New Videos
6. The Franciscan Special Issue on Climate Change
7. Pope at Easter: Without Attention to All of Creation, Salvation History is Too Small
8. Philippine Bishop Calls for ‘Green’ Trash-free Holy Week
9. Call for Papers: “Sacred Soil, Living Water, Holy Air: Science, Spirituality, and the Elements of Earthly Life” (October 21, 2011 in Chicago, IL, USA)
10. Call for Papers: “Uncanny Homecomings: Narrative Structures, Existential Questions, Theological Visions” (August 26-28, 2011 in Iowa City, IA, USA)
11. “The Culture of Contemporary Spirituality and its Potentials and Pitfalls for Sustainable Development,” by Annick Hedlund-de Witt
12. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

April 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Premieres and other Showings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. Call for Papers: Society for Ecofeminism, Environmental Justice, and Social Ecology (October 24, 2011 in Philadelphia, PA, USA)
6. Call for Papers: “Doing Good, Doing Bad, Doing Nothing: Scientific and Religious Perspectives on Human Behavior” (June 18-25, 2011 in Chautauqua, NY, USA)
7. Call for Papers: “Religion, Nature and Art” (October 13-14, 2011 in Roma, Italy)
8. Call for Papers: “The Environmental Humanities: Cultural Perspectives on Nature and the Environment” (October 14-15, 2011 in Stockholm, Sweden)
9. Oil and Our Lifestyles: A Month of Action
10. “(Un)Sacred Pollution: Restoring the Jordan River to Its Glory,” by Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME)
11. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

March 2011
 
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Journey of the Universe Film Showings
3. Events
4. New Books
5. Global Oneness Project Study Guide
6. 2011 Eco-Stewards Program and Summer Internships
7. Call for Papers: "Animals and Process Thought" (Special Issue of Process Studies)
8. USAID White Paper: “From Practice to Policy to Practice: Connecting Faith and Conservation in Africa”
9. "Japan’s 'Ama' Free Divers Keep their Traditions," By Anne McDonald
10. Survey for The International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change
11. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

February 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. East Coast Premiere of Journey of the Universe at Yale University (March 25-26, 2011)
3. "$3 million gift pledged in support of endowed chair in religion and environmental stewardship" (Yale Divinity School - Notes from the Quad)
4. Call for Papers for the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion (November 19-22, 2011 in San Francisco, CA, USA)
5. Events
6. New Books
7. National Preach-in on Global Warming (February 11-13, 2011)
8. Environmental Retreat: “Beauty by Design” (March 4-6, 2011 at St. Mary’s Sewanee, TN, USA)
9. Call for Papers: "Ecospirit: Religion and the Environment" (Special Issue of Ecozon@)
10. Call for Papers: “The Future of Creation Order” (Conference at VU University Amsterdam, August 16-19, 2011)
11. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

 

January 2011
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally  
2. Events 
3. Interdisciplinary Conference in India: "Yamuna River: A Confluence of Waters, A Crisis of Need"
4. Online Conference: "Healing Ecology"
5. New Books
6.  Call for Translations: Sacred Natural Sites
7. Call for Papers: "Religion and Climate Change" (Special Issue of Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture)
8. Call for Papers: "On the Socioeconomic and Political Outcomes of Global Climate Change" (Special Issue of Sustainability
9. Summer Institute: "Rethinking the Land Ethic: Sustainability and the Humanities" (June 20 - July 15, 2011 in Flagstaff, AZ, USA)
10. Holmes Rolston III Early Career Essay Prize in Environmental Philosophy 
11. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

December 2010
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally 
2. “Time to Take Action on Climate Change Communication”
3. Blog of the Ignatian Network on Environment: 
http://ignatianeconet.wordpress.com/
4. Journey of the Universe
5. New Books
6. Events
7. Paul Winter's Annual Winter Solstice Celebration in the World's Largest Cathedral
8. Online Teleseminar Series on Evolutionary Christianity
9. Call for Papers: “Traditional Knowledge, Spirituality and Lands” (Special Issue of International Indigenous Policy Journal)
10. Call for Papers: "Plant Ethics" (Special Issue of PAN Philosophy Activism Nature
11. Call for Papers: “Degrowth” (Special Issue of Environmental Values)
12. Eco-Congregation Scotland: www.ecocongregation.org/scotland
13. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

November 2010
1. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
2. Events
3. New Books
4. Call of Life: Facing the Mass Extinction (A Film by Species Alliance)
5. CNN Video Clip: “Faith's Role in the Environment”
6. "Toward a Stewardship of the Global Commons," by the Geological Society of America
7. Call for Papers: “Green Feminisms: Women, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice” (Conference on April 30-31, 2011 at SUNY New Paltz, NY, USA)
8. Call for Papers: “Old World and New World Perspectives on Environmental Philosophy” (Conference on June 14-17, 2011 at Nijmegen, The Netherlands)
9. Call for Papers: "The Greening -- or not -- of America" (Journal of American Culture)
10. Job Opening: Adjunct Professor of Global Theology, Worldviews and Ideologies at the University of Helsinki (Finland)
11. Job Opening: Instructor in Environmental Ethics and Worldviews at Royal Roads University (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada)
12. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

October 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Rustum Roy (1924 – 2010)
III. Events
IV. Ground for Hope (Nov. 14-15, New Jersey, USA)
V. New Publications
VI. Essay Competition on Christianity and Animals
VII. Call for Papers for American Academy of Religion Regional Meetings 2011
VIII. Job Opening: Assistant Professor of Christian Social Ethics at Drew Theological School (Madison, NJ, USA)
IX. Job Opening: Director of Education and Programs at Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center (Abiquiu, NM, USA)
X. “Restoring Food Democracy: What Gandhi Can Teach Us About Sustainability, Appropriate Technologies, and Social Justice,” by A. Whitney Sanford
XI. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

September 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Raimon Panikkar (1918 - 2010)
III. Events
IV. New Books
V. “A Garden Once Again” (CD tribute to Father Thomas Berry by Kathleen Deignan)
VI. Gulf Oil & New Orleans Coverage: Braasch Photography
VII. Call for Papers for American Academy of Religion Regional Meetings 2011
VIII. Lent 4.5 — Christian Simplicity
IX. Time for Creation! (Sept. 1 – Oct. 10, 2010)
X. Bellringing for Biodiversity (Sept. 22, 2010)
XI. Winter Solstice Celebration with Paul Winter Consort & Special Guests (Dec. 16-18, 2010, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY, USA)
XII. The Feather Project -- New Video of Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
XIII. Open Position as Research Associate for the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion
XIV. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

August 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. New UN Women Organization Created by the United Nations
III. Events
IV. New Books
V. Recent Article on Thomas Berry & Earth Jurisprudence
VI. New Film: Beyond the Tipping Point?
VII.Save the Date: “Ground of Hope--New Jersey" (Nov. 14-15, 2010, NJ, USA)
VIII. Call for Papers for Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference on “Technology and Security” (May 26-29, 2011, University of North Texas, TX, USA)
IX. Call for Papers for the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Conference on “Living on the Edge" (Dec. 16-19, 2010, University of Western Australia)
X. Job Opening: Executive Director for the National Religious Partnership for the Environment
XI. Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
XII. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

July 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Events
III. Theory, Culture & Society Special Issue on Changing Climates
IV. “Seeing the World Anew: A Framework for a Renewed Economy," by Maria Riley, O.P.
V. Call for Papers: “Animals as Religious Subjects: A Transdisciplinary Conference” (May 21-24, 2011 at the University of Chester, UK)
VI. “‘Follow the Islamic way to save the world,’ Prince Charles urges environmentalists,” by Rebecca English
VII. “Dialogue between Inuit and Western Perspectives on Climate Change,” by Timothy B. Leduc
VIII. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

June 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. “Towards a New Economy and a New Politics,” by Gus Speth
III. Journey of the Universe Project
IV. Events
V. “A Great Urgency: To All World Religious and Spiritual Leaders,” by Chief Arvol Looking Horse
VI. Strong Evidence on Climate Change Underscores Need for Actions to Reduce Emissions and Begin Adapting to Impacts
VI. National Council of Churches Climate Change Leadership Training Program (September 8-10, 2010 in Washington, DC, USA)
VIII. Catholic Coalition on Climate Change
IX. The New Community Project
X. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

May 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. New Books
III. Events
IV. Summer Institute: "Contemplative Environmental Studies: Pedagogy for Self and Planet" (August 1-6, 2010 in San Cristobal, NM, USA)
V. Film Series: EarthBound
VI. Documentary: The Root and The Tree
VII. Call for Submissions to Archive of Case Studies
VIII. Call for Papers for "Creation, Nature and the Built Environment," the Biennial Conference in Philosophy, Religion and Culture (October 1-3, 2010 in Sydney, Australia)
IX. Call for Applications for Templeton Research Fellows Program
X. “Swadhyaya’s Dharmic Ecology,” by Pankaj Jain
XI. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

April 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Call for Submissions: Global Oneness Book Project on “What Connects Us?”
III. “Hope for Creation: A Live Simulcast Event” (April 21, 2010) 
IV. Invitation to “Renewal L.A.” (April 25, 2010, Los Angeles, CA, USA) 
V. New Books 
VI. Events  
VII. Call for Papers for the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Conference on ‘Living on the Edge’ (December 16-19, 2010, University of Western Australia) 
VIII. Call for Papers for Conference on "Ahimsa and Sustainability" (November 12-14, 2010, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, USA)   
IX. Eco-volunteers required for TV Series on 'How Green Is Your Deen?'  
X. Faculty Position Opening in Science and Religion at Harvard Divinity School
XI. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 

March 2010

I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Panel Discussion: "Our Toxic Environment: Its Effects and What We Can Do about It" (March 26, 2010, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA)
III. "Environmental (Dis)Locations: A Conference with Religious Imagination Exploring Environmental Justice and Climate Change" (April 8-10, 2010, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA)
IV. Videos from World 2.0 and the United Nations University
V. RENEWAL Web Festival
VI. Faculty Colloquium: “Teaching Toward Eco-Justice: Where Sustainability and Social Justice Meet in Theological Education” (July 26-28, 2010, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, USA)
VII. GreenFaith Fellowship Program Seeks Applications
VIII. Apprenticeship at the Center for Nature and Christian Spirituality (September 2010 through August 2011, Occidental, CA, USA)
IX. Teva Seminar on Jewish Environmental Education (June 7-10, 2010, Cold Spring, NY, USA)
X. New Resources on Climate Change, Hunger, and Poverty from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
XI. Call for Papers for the Fifth Annual Vine Deloria, Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium (July 8-10, 2010, Northwest Indian College, Bellingham, WA, USA)
XII. Events
XIII. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 

February 2010
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. "Environmental (Dis)Locations: A Conference with Religious Imagination Exploring Environmental Justice and Climate Change" (at Yale University, New Haven, CT)
III. Call for Papers for the 2010 Meeting of the American Academy of Religion (in Atlanta, GA, USA)
IV. Call for Papers for Workshop: "Aesth/Ethics in Environmental Change" (in Hiddensee, Germany)
V. Call for Papers for Conference: “Political Ecology and Environmental Philosophy: Toward Ecological and Social Sustainability” (at Colby College, Waterville, ME, USA)
VI. Events
VII. “Copenhagen – Hopenhagen,” by Nanna Borchert
VIII. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

January 2010

I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Report from the Parliament of the World's Religions, Dec. 3-9, 2009, by John Grim & Mary Evelyn Tucker
III. Videos from the Parliament of the World's Religions 
IV. "Environmental (Dis)Locations: A Conference with Religious Imagination Exploring Environmental Justice and Climate Change" (at Yale University, New Haven, CT) 
V. Call for Papers for Conference: "Daoism Today: Science, Health, Ecology" (at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA) 
VI. New Books
VII. New Publication (online and in print): The Spirit of Sustainability
VIII. Events  
IX. "US Cult of Greed is Now a Global Environmental Threat," by Suzanne Goldenberg
X. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

December 2009
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Message from Members of the Religions of the World Gathered at the Parliament of the World's Religions
III. Pope's World Day of Peace Message on Climate Change
IV. Theological Responses to Climate Change: Resources by the Lutheran World Federation
V. First Study Abroad Program on Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean
VI. Workshop: “Religion in Global Environmental and Climate Change: Sufferings, Values, Lifestyles”
VII. Winter Solstice Celebration with the Paul Winter Consort
VIII. Bring Back the Sun: A Solstice Celebration & Memorial of the Life of Thomas Berry
IX. Holiday Discount Gift Order from Producers of RENEWAL
X. The Spirit of Sustainability
XI. New Books 
XII. Free Religious Study Guides and DVD of National Parks Film Clips
XIII. PelicanWeb's Journal of Sustainable Development
XIV. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 

November 2009
I. Editorial, by Elizabeth McAnally
II. Religion, Science, and the Environment Symposium on the Mississippi River
III. Events
IV. New Books
V. Exhibit: “Climate Change in Our World”
VI. New Blog: Congregational Resource Guide Green (http://green.congregationalresources.org/)
VII. Sewanee's Center for Religion and Environment
VIII. Sustainability: The Journal of Record
IX. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology

October 2009
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Overview of the Thomas Berry Award and Memorial Service, by Tara C. Maguire
III. New Books by Thomas Berry
IV. Thomas Berry Videos
V. WiseClimate 2009
VI. Events
VII. Department Chair Position at the University of North Texas
VIII. Call for Papers: “Sustainability,” Conference on Current Pagan Studies
IX. From the Field: “Simplicity, Solidarity, Sustainability: Living a Life Grounded in Nonviolence,” by Swasti Bhattacharyya
X. Worldviews and Other Journals

August 2009
I. Editorial, by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Summary of Pope Benedict XVI's New Encyclical, by John Hart
III. International Conference of the European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment (EFSRE) 
IV. New Books
V. New Website: Parisara Ganapati: http://parisaraganapati.net
VI. Events
VII. From the Field: "Connecting Jewish Wisdom and the Environment: A Profile of Canfei Nesharim," by Evonne Marzouk
VIII. Worldviews and Other Journals

July 2009
I. Editorial: “Religion, Ecology, and Justice,” by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Recent Endorsements of the Earth Charter
III. Pope Proposes New Financial Order Guided by Ethics
IV. Message from Roland Faber: New Ph.D. program in Religion with a concentration in Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology
V. New Books
VI. Events
VII. From the Field: “Islam, Ecology, and the Principles of Environmental Justice,” by Sarah E. Robinson
VIII. Worldviews and Other Journals

June 2009
I. Editorial: “Remembering Thomas Berry,” by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Thomas Berry Award and Memorial Service
III. New Books
IV. Call for Papers: "Spirituality in Action: Bringing Transpersonal Psychology to a World in Crisis"
V. Earth Ministry's Second Annual St. Francis Sermon Contest
VI. Events
VII. From the Field: “Sacred Energy / Mass of the Universe,” by William Livingstone Wallace (Bill)
VIII. Worldviews and Other Journals

May 2009
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. From the Field: “The Eco-Footprint of War,” by Rev. Amanda Hendler-Voss
III. Sustainability at the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting
IV. Events
V. Calls for Papers
VI. New Books
VII. Environmentalism Article by Steven F. Hayward in the Claremont Review of Books
VIII. Harvard Summer Course with Paul F. Waldau on “Religion and Animals”
IX. Workshop on Religion in Climate Change
X. “2009 Earth Plunge” Retreat at the White Violet Center for Eco-Justice
XI. Message from Dan Spencer on "Greening Religion: Pedagogy, Religion, and Ecology"
XII. Worldviews and Other Journals

April 2009
I. Editorial: “Religion and Ecology in a Changing Climate,” by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. Climate Change Blog
III. New Books
IV. Events
V. Workshops
VI. Volunteer Opportunities
VII. Faith and Eco-Justice Fellowship
VIII. Calls for Papers
IX. Sources and Resources for Religion and Conservation Biology
X. From the Field: “Collaborating to Conserve our Climate, Save our Seas, and Find New Friends,” by Marah J. Hardt and Kate McLaughlin
XI. Worldviews and Other Journals

March 2009
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally, “Perspectives on Energy”
II. Common Ground: Science and Religion in Dialogue for a Sustainable Future
III. Report on the 2009 Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Theology and Energy, by Luke Higgins
IV. New DVDs on the Green Patriarch Bartholomew
V. New Book: Agenda for a Sustainable America
VI. Call for Papers: “The Dynamics of Culture and Environment in Asia”
VII. Events
VIII. GreenFaith Leadership Programs
IX. Green Yoga Conference and Certificate Program
X. Environmental Ethics Institute
XI. Eco-theology Course: “Greening Our Spirits, Greening Our World”
XII. From the Field: “Vegetarianism and the Jewish Community,” by Richard H. Schwartz
XIII. Worldviews and Other Journals

February 2009
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally 
II. 2009 Meeting of the American Academy of Religion
III. 2009 Parliament of the World’s Religions
IV. News: Catholic Bishops in the Philippines Call for Moratorium on Mining and Logging
V. Events
VI. New Book: Love God, Heal Earth
VII. Report on Interfaith Conference on Climate Change
VIII. Online Discussion: “Dharma, Hinduism and Environmental Ethics”  
IX. Focus on the Web: Professional Development
http://fore.research.yale.edu/education/professionaldevelopment/index.html
X. From the Field: “City, Nature, Religion,” by Richard Bohannon
XI. Worldviews and Other Journals

January 2009
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally 
II. Religion and Ecology Videos
III. Focus on the Web: Archived Conference Materials: http://fore.research.yale.edu/archivedconferencefiles/index.html  
IV. New Books
V. Call for Papers 
VI. Conference Announcements
VII. New Courses with the Zygon Center for Religion and Science
VIII. From the Field: The Archive
IX. Worldviews and Other Journals

December 2008
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally   
II. New Blog: “Sustainable China”
III. New Books
IV. Conference Announcements
V. Job Announcement: Joint Position in Philosophy/Religion Studies and Anthropology
VI. New Global Digital Library on Ethics
VII. Focus on the Web: Ethics  http://fore.research.yale.edu/disciplines/ethics/
VIII. From the Field: "Yoruba Religion and Ecology in Cuba," by Amanda D. Holmes
IX. Worldviews and Other Journals

November 2008
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally  
II. 10th Anniversary of the Forum
III. Interfaith Climate Summit
IV. From the Field: "Water and World Historical Processes," by Terje Oestigaard
V. Focus on the Web: Syllabi http://fore.research.yale.edu/education/resources/syllabi/index.html
VI. Resource Information Sheet
VII. New Booklet: The Church and Climate Change
VIII. New Journal: Journal of Human Rights and the Environment
IX. Call for Papers: "Converging Technologies, Changing Societies" 
X. Worldviews and Other Journals

October 2008
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey & Elizabeth McAnally
II. From the Field: Jim McGarry
III. Focus on the Web: Projects
(http://fore.research.yale.edu/publications/projects/index.html)
IV. New Book: The Green Bible
V. Religion and Ecology Events at the American Academy of Religion
VI. Conference Announcements
VII. Worldviews and Other Journals

September 2008
I. Introduction by Sam Mickey and Elizabeth McAnally
II. Report from Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
III. From the Field: Sarah Fredericks
IV. Focus on the Web: Events (http://fore.research.yale.edu/events/index.html)
V. New Guidebooks Related to Climate Change
VI. Blog: Green Muslims in Washington, D.C. 
VII. Conference Announcements
VIII. Calls for Papers
IX. Job Announcements
X. Worldviews and Other Journals

August 2008
I. Editorial by Sam Mickey and Elizabeth McAnally, "Introductions"
II. From the Field: Rev. Franklin E. Vilas, D.Min. "Creation Season Surfaces Worldwide"
III. Focus on the Web: The Shift to Yale
IV. The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, by James Gustave Speth
V. Conference Announcement
VI. Events, Professional Organizations, Calls for Papers, and Journals

July 2008
I. Editorial by Whitney Bauman, "Changes in the Forum Family"
II. From the Field: Forrest Clingerman and Mark Dixon, "A Field Report on the Ohio Northern University Working Group on Religion, Ethics, and Nature"
III. Focus on the Web: The Shift to Yale
IV. The Natural History of the Bible, by Daniel Hillel
V. United Church of Christ Announcement on Climate Change
VI. Conference Announcement
VII. Sermon Contest
VIII. Events, Professional Organizations, Calls for Papers, and Journals

June 2008
I. A Letter from Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
II. From the Field: Rev. Dr. Jim Antal, "Called to be a Sentinel: Environmental Educator, Pastor, and Activist"
III. Focus on the Web: Statements
IV. Sierra Club Announces "Faith in Action" Publication
V. Recent Publications in Religion and Ecology
VI. Conference Announcements
VII. Worldviews and other Calls for Papers

May 2008
I. Introduction to the May Newsletter by Whitney Bauman
II. From the Field: Religion and Conservation biology by Tom Baugh
III. The Vatican and Voluntary Simplicity
IV. Spiritual Environmentalism by Paul Carr
V. Beyond Earth Day by Kim Winchell
VI. Focus on the Web: How to get connected with the Forum.
VII. Job Announcement: Exceutive Director of Iowa Interfaith Power and Light.
VIII. Leadership by Youth for Faith and the Earth (LYFE) Conference
IX. Greening Our Religions
X. Earth Ministry Contest
XI. Worldviews and Other Journals
XII. Calls for Papers/ Conferences and Events

April 2008
I. Editorial, Global Climate Change, by Whitney Bauman
II. From the Field: “All Creatures Great and Small: Humane Society, Animals, and Religion" by Christine Gutleben
III.Letter on Climate Change by the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
IV. University of North Texas Conference on Religion and the Environment
V. Upcoming Conference on Religion and Animals
VI. Focus on the Web: Projects and Statements
VII.Worldviews and other Journals in the Field
VIII. Events, Paper Calls, and Other Professional Organizations

March 2008
I. Renewing Hope, by Whitney Bauman
II. From the Field: “Religious Communities and the Climate Crisis" by Elizabeth Allison
III.Focus on the Web: Resources for Educators
IV. GreenFaith Fellowship
V. Yale School of Forestry Launches New Website
VI. Worldviews and Other Journals Related to the Field
VII. Links to Upcoming Events/Call for Papers

February 2008
I. The Enchantment, Dis-Enchantment, and Re-Enchantment of Nature by Whitney Bauman
II. From the Field: “Renewal,” by Terry Rockefeller and Marty Ostrow
III. “Renewing Hope: Pathways of Religious Environmentalism”
IV. Focus on the Web: Publications
V. Excerpt from the Papal Address on the World Day of Peace: “The Family, the Human Community, and the Environment.”
VI. Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology
VII. Links to Upcoming Events/Call for Papers

January 2008
I. An opening word, by Whitney Bauman
II. Editorial: Gender and Justice in Bali by Gotelind Alber
III. A note about the Humane Society’s Religious Initiative
IV. Focus on the Web: Intersecting Disciplines
V. Worldviews Advertisement; other journals and organizations
VI. World Council of Churches News (See JG email)
VII. Paper Calls and Upcoming Events
VIII. “From the Field” by Jay B. McDaniel

December 2007
I. Editorial, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
II. News From Bali
III. From the Field, “Water as Sacred Connection” by Casandra Carmichael, EJ.
IV. Focus on the Web-site: Events
V. A Brief note on Eco-Pedagogies
VI. News, Announcements, and Upcoming Events

November 2007
I. Editorial: Religion and Ecology at the American Academy of Religion (AAR)
II. From the Field: “The Green Seminary Initiative” by Beth Norcross, Laurel Kearns, and David Rhodes
III. Focus on the Website: Class Resources
IV. Other News and Upcoming Events

October 2007
I. Editorial: "Hope in a time of Global Climate Change" by Whitney Bauman
II. From the Field: “Tasteless: Towards a Food-Based Approach to Death” by Val Plumwood
III. Focus on the Web-Site: Professional Development
IV. Worldviews: Journal of Religion, Culture and the Environment announces new name!
V. Upcoming Events and Other news

September 2007
Contents
I. Editorial: Whitney Bauman
II. Essay From the Field: Mark MacDonald, First National Anglican Bishop of Canada
III. Focus on the Website: Annotated Bibliographies
IV. Events