Unearthed is a multi-media initiative under CAVU that goes in-depth on the societal problems New Mexico is facing with oil and gas companies taking advantage of the landscape. New Mexico is the home to many different ecosystems that are thoroughly enjoyed by all kinds of nature enthusiasts but climate change and energy production puts it all at risk. This video series gives a great overview of the situation and includes community input that gives you an accurate story from local residents on the history of New Mexico's complicated past and gives insight on future possibilities.
The Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) aims to educate, inspire, and mobilize Christians to care for the earth, as it is "God's creation". They have missions and campaigns related to clean energy, anti-pollution, and protection of parks and public lands. The EEN also provides faith-based educational resources and calls to action. They provide opportunities to network with others who care for the common cause, volunteer, and view testimonies of Evangelical Christians who are responding to the climate crisis.
The goal of the American Religious Sounds Project is to help students explore the question, what does religion in the United States sound like? As a collaborative initiative between Ohio State University and Michigan State University, the database contains an archive that catalogs sound recordings from a multitude of different faith communities across the country. These sound clips document, "the diversity of everyday religious life through newly produced field recordings, interviews, oral histories, and related materials."
Conservation is the responsibility of every individual including people of all religious backgrounds. Religious people can play a massive role in environmental conservation because they have the ability to cultivate public awareness on environmental conservation by linking the field of environmental conservation with religious knowledge. Though out this article we will get an how idea of how these people can make a difference in conservation from the Islamic context.