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Engaged Projects

Engaged projects in religion and ecology refers to the activities of community organizations and religious institutions that are inspiring and grounding environmental concerns in practical programs, outreach, and education. These projects generally incorporate religious traditions as part of their environmental philosophy drawing on particular scriptures, symbols, and rituals. Engaged projects range from Learning Centers and Retreat Centers to Organic Farms and Alternative Energy Communities.
 
Engaged Projects in Africa
South African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute (SAFCEI)
 
Engaged Projects in Australia

Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC)

 
Engaged Projects in Israel
Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (AIES)
Jewish National Fund
 
Engaged Projects in the United Kingdom
The Noah Project
 
Engaged Projects in the United States of America
Baltimore Jewish Environmental Network
Canfei Nesharim
Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL)
Eco Kosher Network
Eden Village Camp
Faith in Place
Green Hevra
Green Zionist Alliance
Hazon
The Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center
Jewish Farm School
Jewish Reconstructionist Movement
Kayam Farm
National Religious Partnership for the Environment (NRPE)
NeoHasid
Northwest Jewish Environmental Project
Partners for Environmental Quality
Redwood Rabbis
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Religious Witness for the Earth
Shalom Center
Shomrei Adamah
Spirit in Nature Interfaith Path Sanctuary
Spiritual Alliance for Earth
The Teva Learning Center
West Michigan Environmental Action Council, Religion, Ecology, and Spirituality (RES)
Whidbey Institute
Wilderness Torah
 
International Engaged Projects
Alliance of Religions and Conservation
Friends of the Earth Middle East (FoEME)
United Religions Initiative
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) -- Sacred Earth: Faiths for Conservation