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Faith for Earth Initiative unites world religions against climate change

Faith-based organizations are the fourth largest economic power on earth. They own a total of 10 percent of the planet’s inhabitable land, 50-60 percent of educational institutions, 50 percent of hospitals, and five percent of commercial forests.

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Faith for Earth Initiative, Principal Coordinator
“Why not involve this massive power of religion and religious followers to implement their traditional ways of dealing and living in harmony within the environment, in tackling the environmental issues?”

The UN launched the Faith for Earth Initiative in 2017. Its objective is to create a network of faith-based organizations to meet the environmental goals outlined in the 2030 Agenda. The agenda, signed by 193 countries, includes eliminating poverty, promoting education and protecting the environment.

Faith for Earth Initiative, Principal Coordinator
“One of the things that we are working on is establishing a global coalition, where we bring in the highly eminent faith leaders to be in one space and to convey one message, which is the need to employ and implement and integrate ethical and behavioral changes based on faith values in the way we deal with the environment and environmental issues.”

Climate change can take an especially heavy toll on people in remote areas, where resources are already scarce, for example, in many places in Asia, Africa and South America.

U.S., 17 Other Countries Launch First-Ever International Religious Freedom Alliance

In one of the first international efforts to champion religious freedom, leaders from the United States and several other countries will gather in Washington D.C. this week for the first meeting of the new International Religious Freedom Alliance.

The alliance falls under the leadership of U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback, as reported by The Christian Post.

“I have not seen this type of organization or push on a human rights that I am aware of before,” said Brownback. “This is the first effort really to get a group of nations that will be the activist on a particular human right to try to champion and pursue that cause more aggressively.

“We will be looking at things we can work collectively on and [how] we can push for religious freedom efforts around the world. We are excited about the countries and their enthusiasm.”

So far, 17 countries have confirmed their membership to the alliance, though Brownback hopes that number rises. The names of the countries have yet to be disclosed.

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