Religion and Environment

The mandate of the Religion and Environment Working Group is to monitor developments, theoretical and applied, in the areas of religion and the environment that pertain to fulfillment of the various environment-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); to explore and reflect on the ethical implications emergent in how human social organization impacts, and is impacted by the environment; to establish and encourage dialogue of all stakeholders in these areas; and to draw on and strengthen the work of existing and emerging networks in all of these areas of endeavour. Although we acknowledge the direct relevance of our mandate to SDG 6 “Clean Water and Sanitation,” SDG 13 “Climate Action, SDG 14 “Life Below Water”, and SDG 15 “Life on Land”, we recognize the implications of our work to fullfilment of all seventeen goals.

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Working Group

Yoshinobu Miyake| Advisory Council Liaison, Chair

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Sherrie Steiner | Advisory Council Liaison, Co-Chair

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Clair Brown | Working Group Member

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Arthur Dahl | Working Group Member

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Arnie Saiki | Working Group Member

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Yoshinori Shinohara | Working Group Member

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Victoria Wyszinski Thoresen | Working Group Member

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Resources

Viewpoints Blog

Rights, Freedom, and Sustainable Development: Looking Ahead

By Katherine Marshall, G20 Interfaith Association Vice President, World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD), Berkley Center. View Page

Father Augusto Zampini on the COVID-19 Crisis: An Interview

By Father Augusto Zampini (Integral Human Development at the Vatican) and Katherine Marshall (World FaithsView Page

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