Richard Grossman from Durango, Colorado Friends Meeting writes monthly articles about the effect of human population growth on humans and the natural world, including climate change. The latest can be found here on the ‘Population Matters: working for a sustainable world’ website.
AFM has a website that includes a page titled “Environmental Initiatives” which contains an AFM Minute on Climate Change (2014); and multiple ideas for sustainable living for monthly meetings and individuals.
Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) has approved a number of minutes regarding the environment.
Here is the minute on ethical transportation that was approved in the summer of 2017.
These videos are of the Earth Walk from Scattergood Friends School to Iowa City that was part of a Climate Conference of Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) in 2013:
The Australian Quaker Earthcare Committee invites us all to pray, read, act, and celebrate Earthcare. Read the latest Earthcare Invitation here.
Listen to the 2011 Swarthmore Lecture delivered by Pam Lunn on ‘Costing not Less than Everything: sustainability and spirituality in challenging times’. Pam’s lecture addresses the unsustainability of the way we all live in the industrialised west. This can be found here (audio).
Woodbrooke, based in Birmingham UK, runs a number of courses on sustainability and climate change; both onsite and online. You can find the latest courses here – and then search using the ‘Quick Course Finder’ under Adventurous Living. Woodbrooke has also produced a number of study packs for meetings and other Quaker groups. These resources were produced as part of Woodbrooke’s Good Lives project and are available for free online here.
Take a look at the for the Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA). QCEA brings a vision of just relationships to the European institutions. They are a not-for-profit, non-governmental organisation (NGO) working at European level, promoting the values – peace, equality, integrity and simplicity – of the Quakers.