Eco-Congregation is an ecumenical programme helping churches make the link between environmental issues and Christian faith, and respond in practical action in the church, in the lives of individuals, and in the local and global community.
The programme is operated in several different countries through independent organisations whose web sites can be accessed through the link above.
Creation Care is the website of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN), "a ministry dedicated to the care of God's creation. EEN seeks to equip, inspire, disciple, and mobilize God's people in their effort to care for God's creation."
The Ecumenical Patriarch, Bartholomew, head of the Orthodox church, is known as the Green Patriarch because of his outstanding commitment to the environment.
The World Council of Churches has been concerned about climate change since the 1980s, when a group of women from the Pacific Islands petitioned the WCC to help save their submerging homes, which were beginning to submerge.
The Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals was set up in the 1970s to make Christians and others aware of the need to care for the whole of creation, and especially of the need to prevent abuse of animals in intensive (battery) farming, laboratories and elsewhere.
Examples of Christian ecology in action
Plant With Purpose is a Christian nonprofit organisation that aims to reverse deforestation and poverty around the world by transforming the lives of the rural poor.
Hope For The Future is a UK wide Christian campaign, supported by Christian Aid, aimed at getting realistic climate change policies into the manifestos of the main political parties ahead of the next general election in May 2015.