Engaged Organizations: Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary


Engaged Organizations: Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary
Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary participates in the Green Seminary Initiative. In addition to their larger mission (as stated on their website at https://www.plts.edu/), the GSI website describes their environmental efforts:

"Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (PLTS) is a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a graduate school of California Lutheran University, and a founding member of the Graduate Theological Union interfaith consortium in Berkeley, CA. PLTS decided to enter the Certification Program soon after their president Dr. Chris Kimball signed the Second Nature Climate Commitment, committing both the university and seminary to achieving carbon neutrality and developing strategies for resilience. PLTS has moved recently to a new urban campus in the heart of Berkeley, and is committed to exploring the relationships between earth care and justice issues of race, class, and gender."

Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary strives to infuse care of the earth into all aspects of theological education.
Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary
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Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
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The original html version of this resource was accessed at https://www.greenseminaries.org/gsi_certification_program# on February 13, 2020.
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