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Faith Based Organisations at Stockholm+50 Launch Interfaith Statement

Faith Based Organisations at Stockholm+50 Launch Interfaith Statement
We, the representatives of various faith based organizations, Indigenous cultures and wisdoms from around the world participating in the Stockholm+50, committed to caring for ecological justice and for protecting our one Earth, hereby make the following statement to the governments, UN entities, civil society, and all stakeholders of the “Stockholm+50” processes.

Buddhist network’s environment representative says interfaith work is essential

Dr Goosens-Ishii coordinates programmes for Soka Gakkai International, working on the environment from Geneva, where Soka Gakkai International operates from the same building as the WCC.
"Sokka Gakkai is a Buddhist grassroots network. I'm specifically working on climate change, the environment, and biodiversity. That's why I had a specific interest in the workshop today," she said in an interview with the WCC.

Laudato 'si Week
Laudato si'- Lack of Money is Not Lack of Love




Interfaith Rainforest Initiative


Religions for Peace is excited to announce that we are #hiring for a Coordinator for the Interfaith Rainforest Initiative who will help to serve as a focal point at Religions for Peace for IRI country programme reporting. To learn how to apply, go to: http://rfp.org/careers!

Coordinator - Interfaith Rainforest Inititative



IPCC Sixth Assessment Report - Climate Change 2021:
The Physical Science Basis



What comes after Stockhom+50 ?



Collaboration for the Environment



Religion and Ecology Courses at Yale

Click the image to visit the online courses at Yale Religion and Ecology. These courses are FREE for audit.