Make the Difference
Media and Online Resources
Animas Valley Institute's mission
is to help individuals re-align their everyday lives with the rhythms
and cycles of nature and with their own most deeply-rooted dreams
those found in their souls. We believe that living in alignment with
nature and soul leads to the greatest personal fulfillment and the
contributions to the world, and, ultimately, creates a sustainable,
balanced, and soul-centered society. Founded in 1980 by psychologist
guide Bill Plotkin, Ph.D., the Institute is one of North America's longest-standing
organizations offering contemporary wilderness rites. Animas Valley
Institute is located in southwest Colorado in the valley of El Rio
de las Animas
Perdidas — The
River of Lost Souls.
Coalition on the Environment and
Jewish Life COEJL deepens the Jewish community's
commitment to the stewardship of creation and mobilizes the resources
of Jewish life and learning to protect the Earth and all its inhabitants.
Evangelical Environmental Network EEN
is a unique evangelical ministry whose purpose is to "declare
the Lordship of Christ over all creation" (Col. 1:15-20). EEN
was formed because we recognize many "environmental" problems
are fundamentally spiritual problems.
New Jersey’s interfaith environmental coalition, works to educate,
motivate and mobilize faith-based institutions and people of faith to
become leaders in the development of an environmentally just and sustainable
Green Sangha Green
Sangha is a spiritual community committed to environmental action. Our
practice is to bring healing to ourselves, to each other, and to the earth
through thoughts, words, and actions rooted in love.
Honor the Earth Our mission is
to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to
develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable
Native communities. Honor the Earth develops these resources by using music,
the arts, the media, and Indigenous wisdom to ask people to recognize our
joint dependency on the Earth and be a voice for those not heard.
National Religious Partnership for the Environment The
National Religious Partnership for the Environment is a formal alliance
of major faith groups and denominations across the spectrum of Jewish and
Christian communities and organizations in the United States.
Sacred Earth Network Sacred
Earth Network (SEN) is a non-profit (501(C)(3)) international organization
located in Petersham, Massachusetts. SEN strives to empower people to
work in defense of the biosphere and to create a sustainable culture.
Ecology and Modern Advanced Hesychasm
Our activity is scientific research. On this subject we issued more, than three
tens books (some of which are translated into a number of other languages, including
English), created 4 video films.
Spiritual Neighborhood How
to Restore the Conscience of America's Communities; A Grass Roots Approach.
Tikkun Magazine A Jewish
Magazine, an Interfaith Movement. We are an international
community of people of many faiths calling for social justice and political
freedom in the context of new structures of work, caring communities,
and democratic social and economic arrangements. We seek to influence
public discourse in order to inspire compassion, generosity, non-violence
and recognition of the spiritual dimensions of life.
in Action presents insights about the evoluion of consciousness that
Andrew Beath has distilled from decades of social and environmental activism,
weaving a tapestry of wisdom that features inspiring stories from numerous
progressive leaders. Julia Butterfly Hill, Joanna Macy, Deena Metzger,
John Mack, Ralph Metzner and many others offer commentary that elaborates
Beath's themes and provides pathways to personal and global transformation.
articles on the relationship between
spirituality and religion, socialconsciousness and activism
Archbishop tells Church to help save the planet with green policies
Edge Interview with Julia Butterfly Hill:
By Gar Smith Eco-morality,
the Book of Revelations, and the Politics of Jesus