Here is a list of sites for further exploration and investigation. This list is by no means exhaustive. For more, see the Engaged Projects page. The Forum on Religion and Ecology does not support or endorse any organizations listed here or in the Engaged Projects. Links are provided as possible research opportunities.

General Christianity Links

All Creation
Au Sable Institute
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Catholic Fund for Overseas Development (CAFOD)
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Environmental Stewardship and Conservation
Columbia River Pastoral Letter Project
Earth Bible
Eco-stewards Program
Energy Star for Congregations
Episcopal Church: Creation Care
Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota Environmental Stewardship Commission
Episcopal Ecological Network
Evangelical Environmental Network
Franciscan Earth Corps
Global Sisters Report – Capital E: Earth
Healing Earth: A Free Digital Environmental Science Textbook
Joseph Sittler Archives
Liberation Theologies
Lutheran Earthkeeping Network of the Synods (LENS)
Mennonite Central Committee: Climate Change
Mennonite Creation Care Network
National Catholic Rural Life Conference
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries
Order of Universal Interfaith
Orthodox Church and the Environment
Orthodox Fellowship of the Transfiguration
Pluralism Project
Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace (PCJP) 
Presbyterian Church (USA): Sustainable Living & Earth Care Concerns
Quaker Earthcare Witness
Reformed Church in America
Reviving Creation
Season of Creation
Society of Friends (Quakers) EarthLight
Theological Education to Meet the Ecological Challenge (TEMEC)
Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth
United Methodist Board of Church and Society
United Women in Faith: Climate Justice
Unitarian Universalist Association: Climate & Environmental Justice
United Church of Christ (UCC): Environmental Justice Issues & Resources
United Methodist Church: Environmental Justice Web of Creation
The Well Spirituality Center
“Whole Faith Living Earth” - Blog by Nathan Aaberg



Header photo: The procession of the animals during the Earth Mass, cathedral St. John the Divine, NYC. Credit Clifford A. Sobel