Ten ways to care for biodiversity

The Faith and Ecology Network (FEN) is an interfaith network of people connecting faith with ecological awareness and care. Since 2020 FEN has had a focus on the WONDER OF BIODIVERSITY.  In the context of biodiversity collapse, the current United Nations work on a post 2020 global biodiversity framework, and the call of our First Nations to Heal Country, FEN calls on faith groups to better learn from and care for biodiversity. Things have to change, and it is we who must change. Our various faith traditions and the sciences do have something in common: We listen and learn from each other; We share a sense of WONDER and AWE.

The Ten Ways to Care are a framework for communities, in particular faith communities, to

  • Listen and Learn
  • Reflect – Contemplate
  • Act

With examples from First Nations peoples, scientists, activists, community groups and faith traditions

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Ten Ways to Care

 10 Ways to Care for biodiversity.

  Posters of creative images designed by Brenna Quinlan Copryright Symbol



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1. Listen to and Learn Wisdom from the Elders
2. Grow in your sense of Place
3. Learn from the ecological Sciences
4. Collaborate with and learn from local groups
5. Become eco-citizens
6. Bring nature into worship/gatherings
7. Develop and use green calendars
8. Be an active voice
9. Grow in the wonder of nature
10. Share successes

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