Website On Religion - Topic: Environmental ethics -- Religious aspects - 18 results

" was established by Bron Taylor, editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, to facilitate its development. With its publication in 2005, the site is becoming a gateway for further scholarly initiatives, inquiry, and debate. Information is also available on the Graduate Program in Religion and Nature at the University of Florida, where Professor Taylor teaches, as well as his research site, which focuses on nature religions, religion and ecology, and the religious dimensions of radical and grassroots environmentalism."
This site describes Bob Ekblad's ministries, in areas such as prison ministry, outreach to migrant workers, and stewardship of the earth. He places particular emphasis on "reading the Bible with the damned" -- interpreting biblical stories with those who feel condemned and abandoned by God.
"The Web of Creation was established to foster the movement for personal and social transformation to a just and sustainable world from religious perspectives. To that end, the information at this site will: connect you with ideas, resources and strategies for doing eco-justice; inform, inspire, encourage, educate you about eco-justice; support you in your efforts to live, work and pray in ways that promote eco-justice. The Web of Creation has also been developed to provide information and connections for theology students interested in environmental ministry."
"God’s Renewed Creation: Call to Hope and Action is a message of justice and social action. It is a new network of people of faith and good will linking together to share ideas, challenges and successes in tackling an interconnected trio of threats to God’s good Creation: pandemic poverty and disease; environmental degradation; the proliferation of violence and weapons. Growing out of the tradition of 'speaking truth to power' this project will offer resources, opportunities for personal action, social networking and up-to-date information on issues that advocates and public officials are facing. The message of God’s Renewed Creation is urgent and anticipates our responses in the form of transforming changes in our personal, community, public, and global behavior."