Who we are


To advance interdisciplinary dialogue, scholarship, and community engagement around meaning, value, ecology, and conservation.


Informed and innovative religious environmentalism.

Core Values

  • Integrative: Religious environmentalism should be interdisciplinary and scientifically informed, seeking connections across fields and religious traditions.
  • Antioppressive: White supremacy and colonialism are environmental crises, and a more sustainable society must be a more just society.
  • Spiritually Grounded: Our relationship with the more-than-human world is not only intellectual, but also embodied, aesthetic, emotional, meaningful, and prayerful.

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