|Engaged projects in religion and ecology refers to the activities of community organizations and religious institutions that are inspiring and grounding environmental concerns in practical programs, outreach, and education. These projects generally incorporate religious traditions as part of their environmental philosophy drawing on particular scriptures, symbols, and rituals. Engaged projects range from Learning Centers and Retreat Centers to Organic Farms and Alternative Energy Communities.|
International Environment Forum – a Bahá'í inspired organization addressing the environment and sustainable development, formed in 1997
Please see also the Interreligious Engaged Projects page for related projects.
Header photo: Portico at the home and resting place of Bahá’u’lláh, near ‘Akko, Israel