The Kabarak Call for Peace and Ecojustice


The Kabarak Call for Peace and Ecojustice
The Kabarak Call for Peace and Ecojustice, at the World Conference of Friends in 2012, maintains that we live in times in which the Earth can not replenish itself, so we must intervene where we can. In addition, we need to look out for our fellow humans, especially those who are less fortunate than us. The following paragraph provides the introduction to the text:

"In past times God’s Creation restored itself. Now humanity dominates, our growing population consuming more resources than nature can replace. We must change, we must become careful stewards of all life. Earthcare unites traditional Quaker testimonies: peace, equality, simplicity, love, integrity, and justice. Jesus said, 'As you have done unto the least… you have done unto me'. We are called to work for the peaceable Kingdom of God on the whole earth, in right sharing with all peoples. However few our numbers, we are called to be the salt that flavours and preserves, to be a light in the darkness of greed and destruction."
The Kabarak Call for Peace and Ecojustice
Date Created
April 24, 2012
Mainline Protestant
Religious Society of Friends, Friends United Meeting
All audiences/General public
The original pdf version of this resource was accessed at on March 21, 2020.
Resources For Study
Official Denominational Environmental Statements
english Eco-Justice/Poverty/Racism
english Sustainability
english Simplicity and Mindfulness