Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Non-EPA Faith-based and Neighborhood Programs
Listed below is a partial list of programs related to environmental education and stewardship that specifically targets faith-based institutions and community organizations. These links enable visitors to learn about different types of Faith-based and Community organizations that share the common goal of protecting the environment.
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Green DMV - GREEN DMV engages faith-based institutions and houses of worship in the District of Columbia to host energy conservation workshops and other educational programs focused on the benefits of energy conservation and operating in a sustainable manner.
Green Faith - GreenFaith's mission is to inspire, educate and mobilize people of diverse religious backgrounds for environmental leadership.
Georgia Interfaith Power and Light - Georgia Interfaith Power and Light's mission is to engage communities of faith in stewardship of the environment.
In Our Backyards - Environmental Knowledge and Action In Our Backyards connects donors and volunteers to environmental projects in their neighborhoods to inspire new environmental knowledge and action in New York City.
Open Space Institute - Citizen Action Program - The Open Space Institute (OSI) protects scenic, natural, and historic landscapes to ensure public enjoyment, conserve habitats, and sustain community character.
The Regeneration Project - The Regeneration Project is an interfaith ministry devoted to deepening the connection between ecology and faith.
Additional faith-based and community organizations:
Air Alliance Houston
Bank of America Environmental Partnerships
Center for Community -Based Partnerships
Clean Energy Resource Teams Toolkit
GreenFaith Interfaith Partners for the Environment
Institute for Children's Environmental Health
Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences
National Religious Partnership for the Environment
National Council of Churches Eco-Programs
Sierra Club EJ and Community Partnerships
River Network Faith and Community Programs
Rogers Eubanks Coalition for the Environment
US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development
Web of Creation Listing of Faith Based Organizations
EcoFaith at UC-Santa Barbara
Duke / National Religious Partnership for the Environment
Penn Medicine- Center of Excellence in Environmental Toxicology
SPIRET-Student Partnership for the Integrated Religious and Ethical Treatment of the Earth