At its core, the environmental issue crosses all boundaries, including boundaries of religious belief. Climate change, mass extinction, pollution of air and water, and much more are affecting all life on Earth, regardless of the philosophical standpoint of an individual or community. Therefore, cooperation and partnership is essential to solving this crisis and healing our world. This section provides resources illustrating the partnerships already emerging and operating around the globe.
Sam Mickey of the University of San Francisco provides an introduction to the concept of interreligious cooperation and its importance for environmental work.
Advisory Group Members
Located here are multimedia offerings of interest, relating to the intersection of interreligious cooperation and ecology.
Here you’ll find links to additional resources on interreligious cooperation and ecology.
United Nations Environment Programme Faith for Earth Coalition
|Faith Action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals
This is a living, evolving, searchable database of faith-based organizations around the world doing work that falls within the scope of the environmental SDGs. 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.
Header photo credit: ©SIIA/Stokasmud. Courtesy of ARC. Zug, Switzerland. Zug Faith in Finance Alliance. Front: Masatsugu Okutani, Shinto priest, and Klaus-Michael Christensen of SIIA Swiss Impact Investment Association.