Climate Stewards is a UK based organization helping to care for God's creation; it attempts to help individuals reduce their carbon emissions and inform on how to adapt to the effects of climate change with a religious mindset.
Ohioans for Sustainable Change, an affiliate of the Interfaith Power and Light network, focuses on the conversations of climate, racial, environmental, economic justice, and health equity. By bringing those directly impacted by climate issues together with faith and community leaders, the organization advocates for long term sustainable change.
Through Ohioans for Sustainable Change, religious leaders advocated for green energy policy and holds conferences with religious leaders to discuss climate change and sustainability.
Unitarian Universalist Faith Action New Jersey is a grassroots advocacy organization that fights for social and environmental justice in New Jersey. The organization uses written campaigns, testimonies, grassroot lobbying, and public rallies to fight for environmental justice in New Jersey. It supports environmental policies in New Jersey, such as the Green Amendment, moratoriums on fossil fuel infrastructure, and New Jersey Senate Bill 2252 (initiatives for plug-in locations for electric vehicles). UU Faith Action explains their commitment to social justice by stating on their website: “We feel that working for social justice and the elimination of all forms of oppression is an essential part of our individual and collective spiritual journeys” (uufaithaction.org).