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As people of faith around the world, our prayers and actions can make a difference. Together we can inspire our leaders to be bold, and protect our future at the Paris Climate Talks this year.
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Please hope and pray for meaningful agreement in Paris 2015 - and spread the word!

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Our goal is for millions of people of faith and moral belief to SIGN and PRAY in their own tradition for the Paris 2015 UN Climate Summit to succeed where all past talks have failed. By signing you express your love and concern for all our children, for vulnerable people and our precious planet. 



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His Holiness Radhanath Swami

His Holiness Radhanath Swami, International Society for Krishna Consciousness

The Earth is our mother and her natural resources are sacred; they are God’s energy and how we respect and utilize them is what will determine the fate of the world. The solution to current environmental concerns is to change our consciousness from exploiting the earth for our own purposes to protecting and honoring the earth for God’s purposes. ”

The Rev. Fletcher Harper

The Rev. Fletcher Harper, Executive Director of GreenFaith “ The world’s leaders need to experience an upsurge of support for a strong climate treaty.  ourvoices.net can give them that experience.  When millions join together, leaders listen.  I implore you - sign today. ”

Dr. Husna Ahmad OBE

Dr Husna Ahmed CBE, CEO globalone2015.org and Adviser to East London Mosque

Sister Jayanti Kirpalani

Sister Jayanti Kirpalani, European and Middle East Director, Brahma Kumaris

Martin Palmer

Martin Palmer, Secretary General, Alliance of Religions and Conservation, ARC

Thabo Makgoba

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Chairman of the Anglican Bishops Committee on Climate Change

Ram Gidoomal CBE

Ram Gidoomal CBE; Chair, Lausanne Movement and Chair, Traidcraft plc

Lord Deben

Lord Deben, Chairman, UK Committee on Climate Change and honorary president of Global Legislators Organisation, GLOBE

Satish Kumar

Satish Kumar, Director of Programmes, Schumacher College, Editor Resurgence magazine “ If the outer environment is impure, you cannot have your inner environment pure; because outer and inner are 2 sides of the same coin. In order to achieve inner pureness you also need outer purity. Move from pollution to solution and trust the universe. At the moment, we live as if nature is a resource for economic growth, but nature is the central source of life. The moral dimension of climate change must address our greed and fear, and move us towards living in harmony with the natural world. ”

Yeb Sano

Yeb Sano, Philippine Climate Change Commissioner, representative for the Philippines at the UNFCCC talks “ As we search for answers and reflect on the climate crisis, and make sense of the challenges we face, it is all part of a spiritual journey – one that leads to simply making this world a better place for all of us. Please join us as we walk this journey by signing up to ourvoices.net and send the message across to world leaders. ”

Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati

Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati President of Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh, Co-Founder of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance and Founder of Ganga Action Parivar “ Let us plant trees and embrace green technologies, such as solar, wind and biogas. Let us appeal to all levels of governance for polices that mean sustainable action and brighter futures. Today, let your own individual actions be heroic. Let your deeds be historic. Today, change must begin with you, so that there may quite simply be a tomorrow for all. ”

Dharma Master Hsin Tao

Dharma Master Hsin Tao: Founder of Museum of World Religions, the President of the Global Family for Love and Peace, and the founder of the Ling Jiou Mountain Wu-Sheng Monastery in Taiwan “ “We have treated the Earth according to our own whims for such a long time that we have destroyed its ecological balance. If we cannot live in harmony with nature, our lives and our homes are under serious threat. Climate change is causing an endless string of natural disasters around the world and makes us face very serious challenges. This is the time for us to face them together!” ”

Archbishop Socrates​ B.​ Villegas

Archbishop Socrates​ B.​ Villegas of the Philippines​ and President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines. “ The task of addressing global warming and climate change is an urgent one. It begins with a deep gratitude for the created gifts God has given us, and a renewed commitment to the sacred trust of caring for these gifts. We are called to respond with care and creativity as individuals and communities, as nations and as one human family. ”

The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham

The Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham, President of the Regeneration Project and Inter-Faith Power & Light

Mary Evelyn Tucker, Director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale

Mary Evelyn Tucker, Director of the Forum on Religion and Ecology at Yale

Fazlun Khalid, Founder of Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Fazlun Khalid, Founder of Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences

Imam Zaid Shakir

Imam Zaid Shakir, Co-founder with Hamza Yusuf and Hatem Bazian, chairman of the board, and a senior faculty member of Zaytuna College in Berkeley

Naeem Baig - Moderator, Religions for Peace USA

Naeem Baig - Moderator, Religions for Peace USA “ Peace in its deepest and truest sense, expresses a harmony between humanity and the natural world ”

Rabbi Lawrence Troster

Founder and Coordinator, Shomrei Breishit: Rabbis and Cantors For the Earth; Rabbinic Scholar-in-Residence, GreenFaith “ The Jewish tradition teaches us that we are commanded to seek justice and equity not only for present generations but for future generations as well if we hope to live peaceably upon the Earth (Deuteronomy 16:20). But the Earth, as the most visible and active agent of God’s ongoing Creation, is threatened by humanity’s failure to remember that we are not owners but rather passing tenants on this planet (1 Chronicles 29:15). The moral challenge of climate change is testing our resolve to live by these values. ”

Canon Giles Goddard

Vicar of St John’s Church, Waterloo; Honorary Canon of Southwark Cathedral; Operation Noah board member; and Author, “Space for Grace: Creating Inclusive Churches”


97% of the world’s climate scientists agree that human activity is causing dangerous global warming, threatening life as we know it. At previous climate summits the world’s politicians have failed to reach meaningful agreement on how to respond. But the UN believes there IS hope of global agreement in Paris 2015 IF the moral call for action is so loud that politicians can’t ignore it. Read why governments need to act now. 


Please hope & pray for a meaningful agreement at Paris 2015 - and please spread the word!