WECARE Resource Catalogue

Resources Regarding Water, Environment and Climate Action

The PaRD Water, Environment and Climate Action (WECARE) Work-Stream presents key articles, links and videos around SDGs 6, 13, 14, 15*, sorted by organisation in alphabetical order:

The Global Ethics Network of Teachers and Institutions wants to apply Ethics in Higher Education. They offer teacher training, research, course development and collaborative projects, support institutions, provide professions with educational materials and encourage students to behave ethically.

Resources on Environmental, Climate and Development Ethics

IRI faith toolkits on forest protection for religious leaders and faith communities:

The Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI) is an international collaboration committed to convening academics, practitioners, and policymakers to examine the research and evidence on the role of religion in humanitarian and development aid. JLI also considers topics such as climate change, climate justice, the environment, and ecology as future interests for a possible Learning Hub. It focuses on the specific intersections of climate, faith-based international humanitarian and development work, and a focus on research and evidence.

The “Wuppertal Call” – Contributions and Recommendations from an International Conference on Eco-Theology and Ethics of Sustainability. 

Involved Members:

Sustainable preaching - ecumenical preaching suggestions, aligning the lectionary Bible readings into the global context of sustainable life and action:

The WEA Sustainability Center (WEASC) inspires and empowers followers of Christ to exercise leadership on all levels of sustainability efforts and equips churches and congregations around the world to implement Creation Care on a daily basis and thus become a strong, legitimate, and unified voice in global debates on sustainability.

*Disclaimer: Owing to its nature as an international partnership bringing together governmental and intergovernmental entities with diverse Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)/ Faith-based Organizations (FBOs), PaRD does not endorse specific policies or advocate for the adoption of policies by government or international organizations. Rather, PaRD dedicates itself to creating a neutral space for all its members to discuss development goals, review evidence-based research, share best practices, and develop independent policy recommendations, with the aim of fostering partnership between government and faith-based organizations, while respecting the unique identity and positions of all members. For this reason, research, publications, or policy recommendations published by either individual or collaborative organizational members of PaRD, represent solely the opinions of the authors and the independent organizations they represent. Such publications do not reflect, nor are intended to reflect, the views of PaRD, its leadership team, the full body of its members, nor any consensus of members within the PaRD network.