Religious, Interfaith Environmental Organizations Put The Faith Back In Green Activism

By Antonia Blumberg

Green activism is often largely a scientific and political affair. But it doesn’t need to be that way. Some of the best-known environmental organizations in the U.S. began with religious or spiritual roots: According to its website, Greenpeace was founded in a church basement by activists inspired by the Quaker tradition of “bearing witness.” Sierra Club’s most prominent founder, John Muir, is said to have been a deeply spiritual man influenced by transcendentalism.

Many religious and interfaith organizations today carry on the tradition of faith-based environmental activism and stewardship.

Here are 14 …read more

Source: Huffington Post Green

    

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