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
In conversation with Berkley Center Director Shaun Casey, Karenna discussed how religious communities strive to promote environmental consciousness with an aim to fulfill a responsibility for the common good. Over the past three decades, climate change has become an increasingly prominent topic on the global agenda as advocates have marshaled… Read more
The Center for Earth Ethics honors the life of James Cone, beloved teacher and writer. Below we share some of his work, the impact of his pioneering spirit, and thoughts from those he touched. James Cone, the cross, and the lynching memorial Religion News Service published this compelling piece on April… Read more