This is a place where I provide links to other places on the Web that have recently interested and inspired me and may do the same for you. The sites will open in a new window and you can come back here later after opening them. I will keep adding and will categorize as more are added. Their inclusion does not mean that I support all their contents in their entirety and their content remains the property of their owners.
This is a rich source of information and resources for all who are interested in religion and ecology. As the successor of rich program at Harvard based on the work of Thomas Berry and hosted by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim. it is a doorway to news, events and other sites of related topics.
Expanding our Natural and Civic Information, this site addresses relating both to urban and natural environments with a large number of key contributors.
The first parliament was held in 1892 and it took another hundred years before the next one took place. It now meets every three years and the most recent one was held in Toronto Canada in 2018.
The book and film created by Mary Evelyn Tucker and Brian Swimme now have their own resource page where you can find a history of the film and an extensive context, interviews with acknowledged experts in many of the disciplines it covers and other valuable resources.
In a world where there is so much triviality, it is wonderful to see a site with resources like this one. Intended for teachers, scientists, creatives, scholars, religious/ spiritual leaders and activists, it is a global and educational network that asks “Where did we come from?” “Where are we going?” “How do we belong to something larger than ourselves?”
This site offers online free courses of several hours with options for teachers, students and life long learners in the 13.8 billion year history of the universe. As a former teacher, I love the way this resource provides several options for teachers at the middle school and secondary school levels - as well as a report on how the course has enhanced gains in reading writing and content. And the introductory video shows who thinks it’s worthwhile.
The Earth Charter is an ethical framework for building a just, sustainable, and peaceful global society in the 21st century. It seeks to inspire in all people a new sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the whole human family, the greater community of life, and future generations. It is a vision of hope and a call to action. Everyone needs to read the text of the Charter and you can find it here.