Creation, Environment, and the Bible
The Earth Bible has a 7 page listing of websites, including denominational environmental programs, denominational statements, and faith-based environmental organizations.
The Earth Charter ... is a declaration of fundamental principles for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society for the 21st century. Created by the largest global consultation process ever associated with an international declaration, endorsed by thousands of organizations representing millions of individuals, the Earth Charter seeks to inspire in all peoples a sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the human family and the larger living world. The Earth Charter is an expression of hope and a call to help create a global partnership at a critical juncture in history.
Here is a list of scientists opposing the mainstream scientific assessment of global warming.
Earthcareonline.org A Basic bibliography
Surf-in-the-Spirit Creation Care Bibliography
John B. Cobb’s Ecotheology Booklist (comprehensive)
Wesley Wildman’s even more comprehensive bibliography
Au Sable Institute’s Bibliography
Marah International Bibliography
Web of Creation’s Bibliography
Earthministry’s Annotated bibliography
Acton Institute’s comprehensive website on Environmental Stewardship
Evangelical Environmental Network
Web of Creation http://www.webofcreation.org/
Note their list of links: http://www.webofcreation.org/Links/index.htm
List of links: http://earthcareonline.org/links.html
Fund for Christian Ecology
Christian Environmental Association
European Christian Environmental Network
Mennonite Creation Care Network
Protecting Creation: People of Faith Acting Together for Climate Justice
The Biodiversity Project. Biodiversity Project works to make people aware of the importance of biodiversity and to build their commitment to saving it. Our task is to engage and empower people to act by making the connection between biodiversity and people's daily lives and basic values.
Bill Moyers (PBS):
Acton Institute’s list of Resources, including a comprehensive list of Jewish and Christian environmental organizations.
Evangelical Climate Initiative list of Resources, including fact sheets and scientific data.
A Rocha Resources. A Rocha is a Christian nature conservation organisation, our name coming from the Portuguese for “the Rock,” as the first initiative was a field study centre in Portugal.
A Catechism of Creation: An Episcopal Understanding
“Climate Change, Food Security, and the Right to Adequate Food.” A Report from Brot fuer die Welt.
“Salvation Means Creation Healed: Creation, Cross, Kingdom and Mission,” By Howard A. Snyder. http://www.asburyblog.net/kingdomconf05/CreationHealed.pdf
“Principles of a Christian Environmental Ethic,” by John C. Bergstrom
Australian Anglicans and the Environment