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  • Environmental underpinnings in Rosh Hashanah Liturgy: We are stewards of our world…take better care of the earth!

    David Golinkin explains in this article the connection between the Jewish holiday, Rosh Hashanah, and environmentalism. He explains certain Jewish phrases and their significance in respect to our responsibility to the world.
  • GoodLands

    GoodLands is a nonprofit organization that recognizes the potential for the land owned and managed by Catholic dioceses. They provide the tools for communities to understand the land they own and how to best manage them to provide the greatest ecological benefit possible.
  • Earthbeat: A Project of National Catholic Reporter

    "The climate is changing, posing serious questions and consequences for the planet and people both today and in the future. The issues are complex, with significant action required of each of us and all of us. As more people view climate change as not just a crisis, but a matter of moral urgency, it's clear that religion plays a role. We at EarthBeat, a project of National Catholic Reporter, are here to tell that story: how Catholics and other faith groups speak out and take action. Where ecological concern and moral conviction meet, well, that's our beat. We pursue EarthBeat’s journalism with the same independence that underlines all of what National Catholic Reporter does. But it is an unusual story that rivets our attention in one direction in particular: What can be done to help save the planet. We invite your participation — in the work of EarthBeat, specifically, and more broadly in the larger challenge facing us all."
  • Laudato Si' 2.0: Pope announces new document ahead of 'Season of Creation'

    This article talks about the upcoming release of Pope Francis' next document about the Christian faith and honoring our planet. In his new book, Laudato Si' 2.0, Pope Francis is tackling the current climate crisis. His main goal for this piece is to expand on the climate crisis issues that have come to front since his 2015 version of Laudato Si'. This anticipated release comes with the beginning of the "Season of Creation", a time to reflect and honor our planet.
  • Creation Care Column

    The Creation Care Column is a weekly column by Elliot Bush that is posted through St. Stephens Episcopal Church's (Columbus) website. Here Bush discusses current environmental events, tips for living a sustainable life, and much more all in the name of caring for God's creation. Bush also provides a wide array of environmental sources to allow readers to continue their education on their own. For example, in one of the most recent posts, Bush speaks about changes in plastic pollution efforts and encourages readers to check out Katherine Hayoe's weekly newsletter or Green America to find out more information.
  • Sustainability Institute at Ohio State

    "The Sustainability Institute collaborates with academic and operations units across the university to advance sustainability and resilience scholarship and activities. We aim to establish Ohio State as a leader in sustainability research and applications; educate and empower students; accelerate campus sustainability and living lab opportunities; grow resources to support these efforts; and catalyze a culture of sustainability."
  • Household Carbon Footprint Calculator

    This interactive resource allows the user to input information on their housing situation and energy usage to calculate their estimated carbon footprint. It can show you where the most waste is and any possible ways to reduce the carbon footprint.
  • Earth Day: Faith & the Environment

    "Since the first Earth Day in 1970, incredible environmental goals have been achieved, thanks largely to efforts by people of faith. The global faith community is a critical voice in overcoming obstacles and integrating environmental issues into political, social and economic agendas... Below are EARTHDAY.ORG’s Invest in Our Planet campaigns, as well as resources linking environmental stewardship and faith. We always strive to update and improve our resources. If you know of environmental or faith-based resources, email us at"
  • Catholic Climate Covenant YouTube Page

    This is the YouTube page for the Catholic Climate Covenant, containing several videos pertaining to their mission. Catholic Climate Covenant encourages US Catholics to care for creation and care for the poor.
  • Faithfully Sustainable

    "We envision a world where young Muslims have the community support and necessary resources to create just and sustainable solutions grounded in Islam. Ultimately, these solutions will address the impact of climate injustice, protect the most vulnerable, and serve as a step forward for young Muslims to fulfill their divine duty towards people and the planet. We equip young Muslims and allies with a strong community, and the educational and financial resources necessary for them to create just and sustainable solutions."
  • Marianist Environmental Education Center

    "The Marianist Environmental Education Center (MEEC) is an environmental education community in the Catholic tradition. In Mary's hope-filled spirit, we preserve and act in communion with the land and educate other communities in sustainability through ecology-based simple living, social justice and spirituality."
  • The Grail and Environmental Sustainability

    This website page can lead women in Cincinnati to the crossroads of environmentalism and Christianity. The Grail looks to empower women and environmentalism. The Website offers information on sustainable groups, anti-fracking activism, and group studies of eco-theological literature. The Grail also advertises their learning labs, reforestation and current member's work.
  • United Methodist Church Climate Resources

    The United Methodist Church has provided a webpage that combines most of their environmental resources. This statement calls on Methodists to form a ministry of reconciliation between God, humankind and creation. More specifically, they focus on work in and alongside frontline communities experiencing environmental injustices. Through this link, you can also find more information about clean water, climate justice, food justice, and sustainability.