Panelists reflected from their diverse perspectives on specific strategies towards food sovereignty for all, as well as what sustains them in their work, both in literal food and in spirit. [...]
In July 2017, a second set of countries presented their progress on the SDGs to the United Nations. Civil society (NGOs and other nonprofits) raised concerns on many fronts, including the [...]
This panel explored access to healthy food as a lens toward understanding the interconnections of all our equity and sustainability issues.
Chung Hyun Kyung is a lay theologian of the Presbyterian Church of Korea and a dharma teacher at the Kwan Eum Zen School in New York City. She defines herself as a “salimist” (Korean [...]
The Edible Churchyard is Union Theological Seminary’s initiative to re-imagine churchyards and rooftops as gardens to revitalize communities, reclaim food-based knowledge, and nourish the land [...]
What does religion have to do with sustainable development? Religions help people shape their worldview and and act on their values. The Interfaith Consortium for Ecological Civilization works [...]
The Final Earth Negotiation Bulletin reports the failure of the latest Commission on Sustainable Development. It cites numerous causes of the disaster – overemphasis on the environment to the [...]
Ibrahim Abdil-Mu’id Ramey’s plenary address to the International Civil Society Conference on nuclear abolition, sustainable development, and human rights was attended by some 1,200 [...]