Religious organizations and people of ethical conviction have a tremendous role to play in creating a just and equitable future.
Through our Eco-Ministry initiative, CEE connects faith leaders within and across traditions with environmental leaders in order to drive change at the local, national and global levels. We also strive to recognize the work of people who tend the earth as ministers: moral leaders full of experiential knowledge, whose voices should be heard by policy-makers and people of conscience.
From the blog
A problem with climate change is that no one knows what’s going to come next. Yes there are climate models – some from nearly 40 years ago – that accurately predict the moment we are in: record floods, incredible droughts, dwindling snowpacks, and a full ⅓ of the year consumed… Read more
A few weeks ago I went to Recife at the invitation of Brazilian environmentalist, Alfredo Sirkis, on the occasion of the Brazilian Climate Change Conference. Named for the stone reefs in the Atlantic ocean off its shores, Recife is the largest city in the Northeastern state of Pernambuco. Brazil was… Read more