Religions pour la justice climatique
Parrains et marraines

11th Hour Calling

African Council of Religious Leaders-Religions for Peace

African Shared Futures

Au Coeur de la Planete/HK6 Tele

Australian Province of the Society of Jesus

Aytzim: Ecological Judaism

Beth Israel – The West Temple

Boulder Shambhala Center

Buddhist Action Coalition

Buddhist Council of NSW  

Community Church of New York

Community Sustainable Development Initiative

Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action

Dompet dhuafa

Environmental advocacy

Faith for the Climate

First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans

Fossil Free PCUSA

Franciscan Action Network


Get My Money Out

Go Go Save the Environment

Greater New Orleans Interfaith Climate Coalition

Green Muslims of New Jersey (GMNJ)

Green Party of Ontario

Green The Church

GreenFaith Bidibidi

GreenFaith Boulder County

Higher Ground Initiative

Hope Faith Group

Human Welfare League

Interfaith Council of Contra Costa County

International Climate Change Development Initiative

Inter Religious Council of Uganda

Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)

Jewish Earth Alliance

Justice and Peace Commission, Midrand

Kawempe city of peace

Living Laudato Si’


Lutherans Restoring Creation


MESETI – Mesa Ecoteológica Interreligiosa de Bogotá D.C.

Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA)

North Carolina Council of Churches

Plateforme Interreligieuse de Genève

Power In Togetherness

Presbyterians for Earth Care

Quakers Australia

Religions for Peace

Religions for Peace Australia

Religions for Peace USA

Restoring Nature

Salford All Saints Team Ministry 

Shambhala Touching the Earth Collective

Side With Love (UUA)

Sisters of Saint Joseph

Social Advocacy Witness of Northeast Tennessee

South London Interfaith Group

Spectrum Agronet


Tiwale youth organization

The United Religions Initiative

Toile des Eglises Vertes en Afrique

UniReformada de Colombia

Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

United Methodist Women

Vancouver Greenfaith

Water Is Life

Way Fellowship

Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology