Rev. Richard Cizik and the nonprofit New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good have released a video message to President Obama calling on him to do more to protect public lands from destruction by private industry.
A new study in the journal Conservation Biology found that snow leopards living near Buddhist monasteries in Tibet are being helped by monks who actively patrol the forests to prevent poachers from killing the endangered cats.
An interesting step towards eco-friendly spiritual travel: The Alliance of Regions and Conservation, working with WWF, is about to launch the Green Pilgrimage Network. The program, to formally kick off at an event in
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Editors note: The following guest post is by Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati an American-born renunciate at Parmarth Niketan ashram in Rishikesh, India (full bio below). While this post may be a bit broader than other items in the
Some timely examples of the intersection of Islam and environmental stewardship, both coming via the good folks over at Green Prophet: 1) Any new mosque built in Qatar must be eco-friendly, and 2) a new green guide to
Some nice symbolism here... WWF-Nepal reports that it has just completed its target for 2011 of planted 108,000 trees in the Sacred Garden of Lumbini, where the Buddha was born roughly 2,500 years ago. Over the next ten years the
After reviewing the major religions of the world's stances on the environment, it seems pretty clear to me that there are more commonalities than differences. In the realm of metaphysics there are genuine and significant
Here at TreeHugger we've long documented how every major religious group has come out supporting strong action on climate change, so the following irony, pointed out by Climate Progress shouldn't come as a shock: Even