Photo Credit: http://ecoaffect.org/2015/03/16/using-earth-day-as-a-springboard-for-engaging-your-faith-community/
Since the founding of Earth Day, faith communities have been getting ready more and more involved with the activities of the day. Various religions have taken the lessons to heart, urging individuals to be more aware of their personal impact on the environment as well as their impacts as a community. For a thorough history on the involvement of faith communities with Earth Day, check out this link.
Photo Credit: https://renatakar.wordpress.com /2013/04/03/ religion-and-environmental-justice/
Sustainability has been developing for a long time. It has recently been featured more prominently, as various world events and cultural changes are pushing it to the forefront of modern issues. Churches and religious houses are no exception when it comes to adopting sustainable goals and ideals. To read a history of how these two intertwine, click here.