Forum on Religion and Ecology turns 20

October 23, 2018
By Kenniston Byron
Yale Divinity School

When Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim began thinking seriously about the important role religion could play in addressing the world’s mounting environmental problems, they met few like-minded people.

But that did not discourage them. Now, thanks in significant part to the work of the Forum on Religion and Ecology (link is external) that they started 20 years ago this month, they have the satisfaction of seeing how much has changed.