Global Context

Climate Change & Peacebuilding Teach-In 

The Earth—Faith—Peace Blog

Getting to know our staff and participants

“Care for creation and the urgent need for peace are ideals shared by the world’s religious traditions. Bringing together young leaders from the sciences and peace-building fields, we have hope of creating needed space for dialogue, shared learning, and collaboration that strengthens personal commitments and serves as a catalyst for collaboration and advocacy. “

— Dr. Susan Kopp

Aude Isimbi: Coming Back to My Roots

Aude Isimbi is a resident at the Community of Living Traditions in Stony Point, New York. For the past year, she has taken an active role in social, economic, and environmental advocacy. She is the current Advocacy and Solidarity Coordinator...

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Passion, Inspiration, and Tiny Critters

Hi there!  My name is Ethan Bodnaruk and I’m a Ph.D. Candidate in Ecological Engineering (“sustainable ecosystem design that integrates humans with nature for the benefit of both”) at SUNY-ESF in Syracuse, NY and a co-leader of the Religions for...

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