The environmental crisis, global in scope and local in impact, requires major changes in how we think about our world and its future. Multi-disciplinary efforts are needed to produce solutions to our interconnected environmental problems. The Forum on Religion and Ecology highlights the important roles that religions play in constructing moral frameworks for interacting with other people and the environment. The Forum invites academic and engaged discourse on the intersection of religious studies, science, and environmental policy.

Since 1996, the Forum on Religion and Ecology has focused its efforts on Research, Education, and Outreach.