Resources are listed chronologically
- “2022 Statement for Climate Justice by the Global South,” Inter-religious Climate and Ecology Network, 2022
- “Our Planet, Our Future: An Urgent Call for Action,” Nobel Prize Summit, 2021
- “Sacred People, Sacred Earth,” GreenFaith International, 2021
- “MomentUs,” ecoAmerica, 2021
- Religious Declaration of Unprecedented Human Emergency, National Religious Coalition on Creation Care, 2019
- Statement from Jubilee Caribbean, 2018
- “Walk on Earth Gently”: A Multi-Faith invitation to Sustainable Lifestyles, COP23 Interfaith Climate Statement, 2017
- Statement of Faith and Spiritual Leaders on the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21 in Paris, 2015
- Embracing Our Common Future: An Interfaith Call to Action on Climate Change, Parliament of the World’s Religions, Salt Lake City, 2015
- Lambeth Declaration on Climate Change, 2015
- The Hartford Declaration, A Call for Action on Climate Change by Connecticut’s Interfaith Community, Adopted at the Climate Stewardship Summit, 2013
- An Open Letter on Climate Change from Australian Religious Leaders, 2013
- Southern African faith leaders speak out on climate change, 2011
- Statement on Energy and Climate Change, “The Energy Transition: Religious and Cultural Perspectives Conference,” Institute on Religion in an Age of Science, 2010
- A Climate Change Call to Action from the Global Council of the United Religions Initiative, 2010
- Interfaith Declaration on Climate Change, 2009
- Letter from Colorado Faith Leaders to Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennet: Spiritual Obligation to Act on Climate Change, 2009
- Moral and Ethical Dimensions of Climate Change: Appeal to World Leaders: Part 1 ; Part 2, 2009
- An Interfaith Declaration on the Moral Responsibility of the U.S. Government to Address Global Warming, The Regeneration Project and the Interfaith Power and Light campaign, 2007
- The Joint Appeal in Religion and Science: Statement by Religious Leaders at the Summit on Environment, National Religious Partnership for the Environment, 1991
- Engaged Projects in Africa
- Engaged Projects in Australia
- Engaged Projects in Canada
- Engaged Projects in Europe
- Engaged Projects in the US
- International Engaged Projects
- Religious Literacy and Climate Justice, Harvard Divinity School, 2023
- Spirit-led: An Interfaith Call to Climate Justice, EnviroMuslims/Jewish Reformed Community of Canada, 2023
- The Integration of Ecospirituality and Ecojustice, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim, Charleston Interreligious Council, 2022
- Interfaith, Ecojustice and Local Community Activism, Charleston Interreligious Council, 2022
- Leading on Climate: Religious Communities United on Climate Justice, Connecticut Roundtable on Climate and Jobs, 2022
- What does your faith say about advocating for environmental justice?, SAFCEI, 2022
- Interfaith Spiritual Care 2022 – Session 2 – “Environmental Justice,” Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light, 2022
- Ten Universal Principles for Climate Justice, UN Climate Conference COP27, Interfaith Center for Sustrainable Development, 2022
- Faith as Our Motivator Building Resilience, Pursuing Justice + A Just Transition, ecoAmerica, 2021
- Protecting Sacred Water: A Conversation with Filmmaker Brittany App, People of Faith for Justice Podcast, 2021
- Religious Communities and the Planetary Crisis, Interreligious Ecojustice Network, 2021
- Interfaith Power & Light Leaders: Climate Justice, Texas Impact, 2021
- My Neighbor is Hurting: How to Serve Those Experiencing Climate Stress and Grief, ecoAmerica, 2021
- Interfaith Panel on Environment, Climate & Justice, Piedmont Environmental Alliance, 2021
- Interconnected Justice #3 - Environmental Justice, United Religions Initiative, 2021
- AAIC 100 Days - Week 4 Environmental Justice, Akron Area Interfaith Council, 2021
- FORUM2020: Science, Spirituality, Climate Emergency, and Our Future
- Environment, Justice, Identity, and the 2020 Elections, Interreligious Eco-justice Network, 2020
- Ecojustice for All (Facebook webinar), Religions for Peace USA and the Temple of Understanding, 2020
- “Equity in Climate Justice: A Religious Response,” San Diego Regional Interfaith Collaborative, 2020
- Faith for Earth: Climate Change and Environmental Justice, Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations, 2020
- A Faith-Based Approach to Address the Biodiversity and Climate Crises, Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar and UNEP/Faith for Earth, 2020
- Emergent Strategies for Environmental Justice, adrienne maree brown, United Church of Christ/Interfaith Power and Light, 2020
- NCIPL Webinar: Women's Voices in the Movement for Climate Justice, North Carolina Interfaith Power and Light, 2020
- Environmental Justice: Your Vote Matters, Johnson County Interfaith Coalition, 2020
- Ecojustice: Equity and Wellbeing in an Ecological Age, Conversations on Pluralism Series, All Paths Divinity School, The Southern California Committee for a Parliament of the World’s Religions, and Toward Ecological Civilization, 2018
- If Not Now, Then What? The Present and Future of Climate Change
- Global Environmental Justice Documentaries
Resources are listed chronologically
- Etieyibo, Edwin. A Case for Environmental Justice. Lanham: Hamilton Books, 2023. (2 chapters specifically on religion)
- Penniman, Leah. Black Earth Wisdom: Soulful Conversations with Black Environmentalists. New York: Amistad, 2023.
- Sherma, Rita D. and Purushottama Bilimoria, eds. Religion and Sustainability: Interreligious Resources, Interdisciplinary Responses. New York: Springer International Publishing, 2022.
- Yugar, Theresa A., Sarah E. Robinson, Lilian Dube, and Teresia Mbari Hinga, eds. Valuing Lives, Healing Earth: Religion, Gender, and Life on Earth. Leuven; Paris; Bristol, CT: Peeters Publishers, 2021.
- Hollenbach, David. Humanity in Crisis: Ethical and Religious Response to Refugees. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2019.
- Baugh, Amanda J. God and the Green Divide: Religious Environmentalism in Black and White. Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2017.
- Environment, religion, and culture in the context of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, UNEP Report, 2018
Journals & Articles
Resources are listed chronologically
- Etieyibo, Edwin. “Non-Western Perspectives on the Environment: Judeo-Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism,” in A Case for Environmental Justice (Lanham: Hamilton Books, 2023), 113-122.
- Etieyibo, Edwin. “Non-Western Perspectives on the Environment: Native Americans and African,” in A Case for Environmental Justice (Lanham: Hamilton Books, 2023), 123-132.
- Pontoriero, Eleanor. “Teachings of the People: Environmental Justice, Religion, and the Global South.” Buddhist-Christian Studies 42 (2022): 85-103.
- Nelson, Tyler Mark. “Environmental Justice and the Religious Imagination.” Yale Reflections. Fall 2022.
- “Environmental Justice Finds a Home at Trinity: Dr. Mary Evelyn Tucker ’71 and Class of 1971 Provide Start-up Funding for New Academic Program.” Pres. McGuire’s Christmas Newsletter. Trinity Washington University. December 1, 2021.
- Al-Kohlani, Sumaia A. “Extending Environmental Justice Research to Religious Minorities.” Review of Policy Research 39, no. 1 (2021): 90-112.
- Moore, Kathleen Dean. “The Human Rights Case Against Fracking and Climate Change.” Orion Magazine. November 9-12, 2021.
- Taylor, Adam Russell, and John Lewis. “Environmental Stewardship.” In A More Perfect Union: A New Vision for Building the Beloved Community, 195-206. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2021.
- Borenstein, Seth. “Scientists enlist the big gun to get climate action: Faith.” Miami Herald. August 21, 2021.
- Horne, Chris. “Dire climate change report has environmental activists targeting Rep. Luria in battle for resiliency, infrastructure funds.” Wavy.com. August 13, 2021.
- Ferreira, Rev. Dr. Sary N. Rosario. “United We Are Stronger: A Single Struggle.” GreenFaith. July 9, 2021.
- Paradise, Rev. Amy Brooks. “Following Indigenous Leadership.” GreenFaith. June 30, 2021.
- Murphy, Britney. “The Fall of Mount Trashmore and the Rise of Community Activism: Environmental Justice and the Politics of Inclusion, Bridgeport, Connecticut (1991–Present).” Connecticut History Review 57, no. 2 (2018): 154-79.
- Kearns, Laurel. “Conspiring Together: Breathing for Justice.” In the Bloomsbury Handbook on Religion and Nature: The Elements, edited by Laura Hobgood and Whitney Bauman. New York: Bloomsbury, 2018.
- Nilsen, Tina Dykesteen and Anna Rebecca Solevåg. “Expanding Ecological Hermeneutics: The Case for Ecolonialism.“ Journal of Biblical Literature 135, no. 4 (2016): 665-83.
- Harris, Melanie L. “Ecowomanism: An Introduction.” Worldviews 20, no. 1 (2016): 5-14.
- Clark, Pat. “Social justice leaders from Vatican, world to converge in Modesto – and here’s why.” Modesto Bee. December 17, 2016.
- Beringer, Almut, and Steven Douglas. “On the Ethics of International Religious/Spiritual Gatherings and Academic Conferencing in the Era of Global Warming: A Case Study of the Parliament of The World's Religions Melbourne 2009 - Part 2.” Worldviews 17, no. 3 (2013): 187-204.
- Belser, Juliia Watts. “Environmental Justice and Interreligious Ecotheology.” Religious Studies News. March 15, 2013.
- Beringer, Almut, and Steven Douglas. “On the Ethics of International Religious/Spiritual Gatherings and Academic Conferencing in the Era of Global Warming: A Case Study of the Parliament of The World's Religions Melbourne 2009 - Part 1.” Worldviews 16, no. 2 (2012): 179-95.
- Eidoo, Sameena, Leigh-Anne Ingram, Angela MacDonald, Maryam Nabavi, Karen Pashby, and Saskia Stille. “'Through the Kaleidoscope': Intersections Between Theoretical Perspectives and Classroom Implications in Critical Global Citizenship Education.” Canadian Journal of Education / Revue Canadienne De L'éducation 34, no. 4 (2011): 59-85.
- Hay, Amy M. “A New Earthly Vision: Religious Community Activism in the Love Canal Chemical Disaster.” Environmental History 14, no. 3 (2009): 502-26.
- Nickell, Jane Ellen, and Lawrence Troster. “Cries of Creation, Ground for Hope: Faith, Justice, and the Earth Interfaith Worship Service.” In Ecospirit: Religions and Philosophies for the Earth, edited by Laurel Kearnsand Catherine Keller, 517-30. New York: Fordham University Press, 2007.