Who is involved?
We have a wonderful coalition of partners ranging from the world's leading faith-based networks, which are working with their own members to encourage them to take practical action on the environment, as well as environmental groups and UN bodies, which are supporting the Plans through resources and advice.
There are no passengers on Spaceship Earth - we are all crew.
~ Marshall McLuhan, 1964
Many of the Faith Plans will come through our partner networks – for example, the leading US Jewish environmental group Hazon is working with 200 of its members and the Khoryug Network is working with 70 Buddhist monasteries in Asia. In some cases their members will sign up to develop a Faith Plan; in other cases they will take part in a programme run by our partner network, such as Interfaith Power and Light's Cool Congregations initiative, or the Laudato Si' Action Platform's seven-step programme to bring the Pope's ground-breaking encyclical, Laudato Si', to life. Scroll down for more information on our partners.
Together we are ALL building this amazing movement of faith communities taking practical action – for people and planet.
Religions for Peace
Global coalition where religions work together for a peaceful world, through 90 national and six regional Interreligious Councils
Largest Jewish environmental organisation in North America, leading a movement weaving sustainability into Jewish life to create a healthier world for all
UK-based Christian charity working with the Church to inspire action on the climate crisis. Faith-motivated, science-informed, hope-inspired
Interfaith Power & Light
Inspiring and mobilising people of faith and conscience to take bold and just action on climate change and helping to shrink carbon footprints
China Biodiversity Conservation
& Green Development Foundation
Leading national non-profit public foundation dedicated to biodiversity conservation. Coordinating the Faith Plans developed by Chinese faiths
The Bahá'í faith teaches the essential worth of all religions and the unity of all people, reaching five million people in 100,000 places globally
Global multi-faith climate and environmental movement to protect the planet and create a loving, compassionate and just world.
Interfaith Center for
The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development reveals the connection between religion and ecology and mobilises people to act
Kenya Interfaith Network for Action on the Environment
Supporting African faiths to care for creation, with members from Muslim, Hindu, Catholic, Protestant and Seventh Day Adventist communities
EcoSikh is a response from the Sikh community to the threats of climate change and the deterioration of the natural environment
Promoting the spirituality of unity and building a more united world which values and respects diversity. Followed by more than two million people in 182 nations
Faith for Earth, UN Environment
The Faith for Earth Initiative from
UN Environment is uniting religions around the world to focus on environmental issues
UNDP's Learning for Nature programme
Premier e-learning programme run by UN Development Programme, providing knowledge and resources to help people build a better life
United Religions Initiative
Global grassroots interfaith network engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities and the world
Yale Forum on Religion
International, multireligious initiative contributing to an engaged moral force of religious environmentalism through its conferences, newsletters, publications and website
The Conservation Foundation
Stop Ecocide Foundation
The only global NGO advocating for and facilitating steps towards making ecocide a crime at the International Criminal Court to prevent devastation of nature and so protect the future of life on Earth
Global non-profit dedicated to transforming our global food system through sound science, impatient disruption and novel partnerships
Our Planet Our Future
Ten-year climate action campaign seeking to inspire 1.5 billion people to take urgent and measurable action to reduce carbon emissions and build the sustainable, regenerative future we require
Website coming soon
Global One is a faith-based, Muslim women-led NGO (international development orgnanisation) supporting women, girls and vulnerable communities worldwide through sustainable development
Brahma Kumaris Environment Initiative aims to awaken greater environmental awareness within our own organisation as well as to collaborate and learn from others through dialogue and partnerships