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Rivers & Mountains
GreenFaith Circle

Because the Earth and all people are sacred and at risk,

GreenFaith is building a worldwide, multi-faith

climate and environmental movement.

BUDDHIST ACTION
COALITION - NYC

Practicing Fierce Compassion for Collective Liberation

Coalition of New York City area Buddhists...

to organize and inspire compassionate Buddhist initiatives in advancing social, economic, and environmental justice for the benefit of all beings, undertaken through advocacy and nonviolent direct action.

NY RENEWS

The coalition members of NY Renews hail from across the state and across constituencies... labor unions, community groups, environmental organizations, faith communities, environmental justice advocates— the list goes on. We find inspiration in our diversity of perspectives, and strength in our breadth of expertise.

BASILICA
GREENE

...aims to join cultural activism with ecological responsibility to regenerate the planet, people and economy.  BASILICA GREEN includes new public programs, local green initiatives and strategic partnerships that foster cultural activism, equity, environmental stewardship and sustainable community development.

ZENPEACEMAKERS

International

...to support, inspire, train and mobilize a world-wide movement of members and affiliates conducting humanitarian, peace-building, social and civic action

based on the Zen Peacemakers’ Three Tenets:

Not Knowing, Bearing Witness and Taking Action.

CAPITAL REGION CREATION CARE COALITION

 - CRICCC -

We make Care of Creation a central moral priority by working in solidarity to mitigate the climate emergency and to preserve and restore natural resources and biodiversity for present and future generations. 

GREEN SANCTUARY COMMITTEE

...to preserve the global environment on which all life depends by working to make the Earth sustainable and by addressing climate change

Thích Nhất Hạnh

Program for Engaged Buddhism

...seeks to generate innovative and informed discourse on topics, such as violence, climate change, racism, poverty and economic inequality, incarceration, gender and sexuality, religious pluralism, and the intersection of contemplative practice and social action.