Thanks to a generous grant from the Germeshausen Foundation, teachers from
Religious Studies in Secondary Schools have been able to join
with the work of university colleagues at the Forum on Religion and Ecology.

Solutions to our environmental problems require multi-disciplinary efforts.
Religious traditions play important roles in the moral frameworks
and narratives that guide human interactions with the environment.

Here are some of our suggestions:

The participation of secondary school teachers in this venture is critical,
for we work daily with the citizens and decision makers of tomorrow's world.
Join in our efforts to instruct ourselves better,
and find out about what our colleagues are already able to do in their classrooms.

FORE believes that long-term resolutions to today's environmental problems
require the participation of religious spokespersons.
Find out more about the
Forum on Religion and Ecology