Ecojustice Resources

Christianity has been a leader in the Ecojustice movement. Many of the early leaders and statements in environmental justice came out of the Unitarian Universalist tradition. Environmentally engaged Christians are still very active today, as evidenced by the wealth of resources below.

Most of the resources below are organized chronologically, with the most recent at the top. The news articles concerning Christianity and Ecojustice are far greater than what we can include here. So, we have just included a selection of news articles from the past 24 months. For more, see our Climate Emergency Articles and general News sections, as well as the EarthBeat archives. 

Resources are listed chronologically
Engaged Projects



Resources are listed chronologically



Books, Reports, Dissertations, Monographs
Resources are listed chronologically

Journals & Articles
Resources are listed chronologically; there is an overwhelming amount of news articles on Christianity and ecojustice, so we have only included  a handful of the most recent ones. Links to online content have been included, when available. 

Header Image: UUA General Assembly 2019 in Spokane, WA “The Power of We”, from the “Procession of the Species”; Photo Credit Rose Gallogly, courtesy of Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth (UUMFE)