Spiritual and faith-based houses of worship are often places of safety, volunteerism, and crisis management during and after high-impact weather events (e.g., hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, flash flooding). Hence, spiritual and faith-based communities can be an integral part of building a Weather-Ready Nation. This AMS webinar is part of the Finding Common Ground Among Science, Spirituality, and Environmentalism Series.
Are you a young person who is Christian, Jewish, or Muslim concerned about the climate crisis? Join an interfaith collaborative in exploring how our faith traditions can support and guide our climate activism. Young Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (18-26) in the United States are invited to apply for the Faithful Climate Action Fellowship.
Talking with Green Teachers features discussions with environmental educators from around the globe. In each episode, we hear the human side of EE, while discussing some of the big questions facing this diverse branch of education. This Earth Day, win gift cards to the Non-Profit Outdoor Learning Store by subscribing to our podcast!
Join UCLA's Fowler Museum to hear from panelists who will highlight Jain philosophical approaches that prioritize reducing harm to living things on Fri, April 22, 2022 from 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM PDT virtually.
On Thursday, 24 February, we will be kicking off our Masterclass series in English for this year with a class facilitated by Sam Crowell titled "New Sciences, Spirituality, and Holistic Education".
We will be having one Masterclass per month for a total of 10 Masterclasses with experts from diverse fields including leadership, education, ethics spirituality, and sustainability, among others.
Sign up to receive access to all 10 live Masterclasses throughout the year!
Visit the newly developed Shmita Project webpage to find resources and programming from Hazon and their partners exploring the ways that traditional teachings about shmita shed light on a significant range of contemporary issues, including rest and work, relationship to land, relationship to community, relationship to debt and debt relief, definitions of community, inequality, and the issue of consumption itself.
Theresa Harlan shares the story of her family's displacement from their coastal homestead in Northern Calfornia and her efforts to engage the community in protecting the history and the future of this land in a three-episode podcast series produced by Emergence Magazine.
Access to nature can reduce anxiety, green schoolyards can impact students’ physical and socioemotional health, and environmental education can improve health-related quality of life. As environmental educators, we’re familiar with nature’s many gifts, including that of wellness and health. In this blog post, we’ll look specifically at how Geechee communities in Georgia supported and prioritized community health.
During Black History Month and beyond, we want to share the inspiration and strength of regional, place-based initiatives that address Black history in nature and relate to this year's theme, Black Health and Wellness. Charting the ways personal histories unravel the self, this collage of conversations between Black, Indigenous, and Afro-Indigenous Alaskans maps paths toward healing.
Thich Nhat Hanh's "Ten Love Letters to the Earth" articulate the power of the connection between spirituality and environmental education. The new eePRO group, Spirituality & EE, will allow us to explore how connecting our spiritualities with our environmental education practice can help us learn and grow as environmental educators and people as a whole.
Our connection to nature forms first through our youthful spirit and while this spirit may get clouded by life experiences, it is a pathway forward to providing meaningful EE to the people whom we serve. This new eePRO group, Spirituality & EE, will allow us to explore different pathways and how they inform our work.