Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology
Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology

Founding Year: 1996

Staff: 8


Mary Evelyn Tucker & John Grim (Co-Founders & Co-Directors)

An organization that seeks to “inform and inspire people to preserve, protect, and restore the Earth community.” It strives to “identify the ecological and justice perspectives that world religions transmit in their scriptures, rituals, and contemplative practices as well as in their moral and ethical commitments and then use them to find comprehensive and collaborative solutions to global environmental crises.” In this spirit, it cultivates “dialogue within religious/spiritual communities and in partnership with scientists and policymakers.”

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Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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