Climate Justice Fast www.climatejusticefast.com
This site links you to a group of committed people inspired by Mohatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. They call upon global citizens and their political leaders to fulfill their moral responsibility to halt climate change by offering the strongest form of protest against climate inaction, i.e. the climate justice fast.
Climate Justice Network http://lists.riseup.net/www/info/cjn
This network of organisations and movements from across the globe is committed to the fight for genuine solutions to the climate crisis and to building a diverse movement for social, ecological and gender justice. Visit their website to read their principles or join their discussion list.
Climate change – Kids Site http://epa.gov/climatechange/kids
This EPA-related website takes climate change information and puts it in understandable language for children.
Journal of Peace Education (JPE) www.tandf.co.uk/journals
The JPE us a multidisciplinary and intercultural journal which understands peace education as education for the achievement of a nonviolent, ecologically sustainable, just and participatory society.
Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research (TFF) www.transnational.org
TFF is an independent and innovative think tank in peace research and conflict mitigation. Their mission is learning how to handle with ever less violence conflicts against other human beings, other cultures and Nature.
Forum on Religion and Ecology http://environment.harvard.edu/religion
The Forum on Religion and Ecology works to engage the world’s religions in dialogue on the global environmental crisis. The forum website includes resources for research, teaching and environmental action related to ten religious traditions.
Peace Boat www.peaceboat.org
Peace Boat is a Japan–based international non-governmental and non-profit organization that works to promote peace, human rights, equal and sustainable development and respect for the environment through global educational programs, responsible travel, cooperative projects and advocacy.
Founded in 1971, Greenpeace has now become the leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful direct action and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and to promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future.
International Network Of Engineers And Scientists For Global Responsibility (INES) http://www.inesglobal.com/
The Council members of the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility are a dedicated group that is making its voice heard on the ethical uses of science and technology for disarmament and sustainable development.
The Teaching And Learning For Peace (TLP) http://www.tlpeace.org.au/peace-building_guide.htm
The TLP website presents new programmes, an international noticeboard,information about published peace-building stories and most importantly, ways you and your families, friends, local schools, libraries, child care centres and communities can become involved in peace-building ...for the sake of children, and their children and the generations to follow.
Pachamama Alliance http://www.pachamama.org/
The Pachamama Alliance aims to preserve the Earth’s tropical rainforests by empowering the indigenous people who are its natural custodians and to contribute to the creation of a new global vision of equity and sustainability for all.
Great Transition Initiative http://www.gtinitiative.org
The Great Transition Initiative (GTI) envisions and advances a future of enriched lives, human solidarity, and environmental sustainability. Visit the website for their key perspectives on this transitional moment and to review their educational resources (slide show, video, paper series).