Religious organizations and people of ethical conviction have an important role to play in creating a sustainable and equitable future.
Through our Eco-Ministry program, CEE offers classes, trainings, and workshops that explore the moral and spiritual dimensions of the climate crisis. We also connect faith leaders within and across traditions to work on ecological issues, build bridges between theological inquiry and the realms of policy, science and activism, and honor and uplift those who do the work of reconnecting people to nature.
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
Originally published in Portuguese DIÁRIO DE PERNAMBUCO – 8NOV19 Interview with Karenna Gore By: Sérgio Xavier STILL INCONVENIENT TRUTHS Karenna Gore participates in interfaith event about the climate in Recife and talks about the global challenges of sustainable development Reversing environmental degradations on planetary scales, containing global warming and eliminating immense… Read more