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.


Interreligious Cooperation and Ecology

EcoJustice Now

Environment, religion and culture in the context of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development
(United Nations Environment Programme)

Guidelines for Interacting with Faith-Based Leaders and Communities
A Proposal by and for Members of the Society for Conservation Biology Submitted to the SCB Board of Governors by the Religion and Conservation Biology Working Group Best Practices Project. 
By Jame Schaefer. February 2018.

“The Interfaith Movement: An Incomplete Assessment”
By Kusumita P. Pedersen. Journal of Ecumenical Studies 41.1. Winter 2004.

Network of Asian Environmental Philosophy

Values, Culture, and Spirituality: Ecosystems Restoration Conversation Guide
Center for Earth Ethics and United Religions Initiative, 2022

“Why We Shouldn’t Lose Faith in Organized Religion”
By Tish Harrison Warren. New York Times. July 9, 2023
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.