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"Every child should have mud pies, grasshoppers, waterbugs, tadpoles, frogs & turtles, elderberries, wild strawberries, acorns, hickory nuts, trees to climb, animals to pet, hayfields, pine cones, rocks to roll, sand, snakes, huckleberries and hornets – and any child who has been deprived of these has been deprived of the best part of his education." -Luther Burbank 1849 - 1926
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People of faith address the Creator's environment

With the covenant of the rainbow (Genesis 9:12), worshipers in major religions accept a spiritual connection with nature that was created and maintained by their Creator. From simple beginning steps to more substantial changes in lifestyle, people of faith can find ways to put faith and values into action every day. Every person has a sphere of influence-- large or small -- and what matters is not the scope, but the quality of that influence.

The National Religious Partnership for the Environment is an association of independent faith groups across a broad spectrum: the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the National Council of Churches U.S.A., the Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life, and the Evangelical Environmental Network.

Each of these partners in faith — in common biblical faith but honoring distinctive traditions — is undertaking scholarship, leadership training, congregational and agency initiative, and public policy education to confront today's issues of environmental sustainability and justice.

Together, these religious communities are focusing their resources on the universal effort to protect humankind's common home and well-being on Earth.

Explore their website...you will find a wide variety of practical suggestions for exploring the faith-based issues and solutions that will contribute to sustainable societies and environmental practices.

The broad range of environmental issues include:

  • Food and agriculture
  • Energy
  • Sustainable economies
  • Urban life
  • Health
  • Justice and the breadth of environmental resources in the focus include:
  • Land
  • Water
  • Climate and Air
  • Living creatures
Some of the practical steps for families and homes include: In Your Home and Daily Life
  • Make your home a safer, healthier environment...
  • Conserve energy in your home and daily life...
  • Make responsible personal transportation choices ...
  • Provide a safe and supportive habitat for God’s creatures in your own yard...
  • Consider additional ideas about what you can do to help the environment...