In September 2020, UNEP’s Faith for Earth Initiative, the Parliament of the World’s Religions, United Religions Initiative, and Bhumi Global published a report to celebrate the five year anniversary of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The report featured data they had collected on faith-based organizations around the world doing work that fell within the scope of the environmental SDGs. See the report here.
The environmental SDGs are:
Go here for more information and a complete listing of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Only a fraction of the collected data was used in the written report, so these organizations partnered with the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology to bring the complete information to the public here on this site as a living, evolving, searchable database. This listing is not meant to be a comprehensive overview of any group’s activities, but rather the progress of specific projects towards the environmental SDGs. For more information on a group or a project, visit their website using the links provided on the individual project page.
Additional organizations and projects are added on a quarterly basis. If your faith-based organization is working on a project that falls within the environmental SDGs, and you wish to be included in this list, please fill out our submission form. See the form for required project criteria.
View the full list of projects →
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