Official Launch on September 2: Faith Action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals

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The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology is pleased to announce that a new and interactive database will be launched on September 2, 2021 in partnership with the Faith for Earth Initiative of United Nations Environment Programme, Parliament of the World’s Religions, and United Religions Initiative. This resource, titled “Faith Action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals,” will be hosted on the Forum website. It tracks religious activities taking place within the the scope of environmentally-focused Sustainable Development Goals:

The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology is pleased to announce that a new and interactive database will be launched on September 2, 2021 in partnership with the Faith for Earth Initiative of United Nations Environment Programme, Parliament of the World’s Religions, and United Religions Initiative. This resource, titled “Faith Action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals,” will be hosted on the Forum website. It tracks religious activities taking place within the the scope of environmentally-focused Sustainable Development Goals:

 

 

The launch will take place during a virtual webinar hosted via Zoom on September 2 at 11am EST. Speakers include David Hales, Iyad Abu Moghli, William E. Swing, and Mary Evelyn Tucker. Participants enjoy early access to the platform when they register for the launch event.

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The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology informs and inspires people to preserve, protect, and restore the Earth community. The religions of the world transmit ecological and justice perspectives in their scriptures, rituals, and contemplative practices as well as in their moral and ethical commitments. We seek to identify those perspectives in the service of finding collaborative solutions to our global environmental crises. Learn more about our mission and vision.

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