Environmental Stewardship

Ed Paul on Environmental Stewardship

Last updated on October 23rd, 2022

Be a good steward of the earth God created

This page covers eco-friendly and environmental resources on ecology. God created the earth and directed humanity to be good stewards of the planet God created. We should be responsible in care taking the resources we have by avoiding unnecessary toxic pollution, reducing waste, reusing mugs, bags and other materials, recycling when reasonably possible. Also we should treat animals with respect as creations to be appreciated not as equals to humans.

When we do make a mess, those responsible should clean up or pay to have it done. If they are not around any longer, then charities and the government should work together to clean up our communities and their natural resources.

Environmental Stewardship

Christian Environmental Stewardship Groups

Target Earth  active in 15 countries — buying up endangered lands, protecting people, saving the jaguar, sharing the love of Jesus, feeding the hungry, and reforesting ravaged terrain.
A Rocha International promotes scientific research, environmental education, and community-based conservation projects
Evangelical Environmental Network promotes stewardship over the Earth and advocates for environmental policies that honor God’s dictate that we “tend the garden.”
Plant With Purpose strives for a holistic approach to fighting poverty and deforestation in areas that require sustainable change
Additional Christian environmental organizations listed at Thoughtco.com

Non-Christian Environmental Organizations

Public CitizenTake part in EarthDay.net Make every day Earth Day.
Spend Just 20 minutes a month to help the environment at 20/20 Vision
Sierra Club

Essential.ORG Listing of other organizations including environmental ones

Earth Share, a federation of America’s leading non-profit environmental and conservation charities, promotes environmental education and charitable giving in workplace employee campaigns. For more tips or to find out how your workplace can help the earth, see Earth Share’s Web site or call 1.800.875.3863.

Global Volunteer Network: International Volunteering Opportunities with Communities in Need currently has volunteer opportunities available through partner organizations in China, Ecuador, Ghana, Nepal, New Zealand and Romania, Russia, Thailand and Uganda.

International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC)

Virginia Interfaith Power and Light

Environmentally Friendly companies

Eco-Friendly Website Hosting

Calculate your solar panel savings – Energy Sage helps you find your solar options

Green Power Network
An environmentally friendly energy choice in NJ and other states Green Mountain Energy
An environmentally friendly Long Distance Phone Company Earth Tones

Six start up companies in Hampton Roads trying to address climate change.

Environmental Action sites

Click daily to Save the Rain Forest at Care 2.
Also click daily at The Rain forest Site.

Send letters to help the environment just by filling in some forms at Save Our Environment.

Additional Environmental Stewardship resources

A helpful Girl Scout named Katie found this recycling/donation guide: A Green Guide to Selling, Donating and Recycling Old Clothing

Hampton Roads Recycling Guide – General guideline is to only put paper, drinking bottles, and cans into recycling, but additional rules can apply. Don’t be a wishful recycler, only put in what will help.

A Biblical Perspective on Environmental Stewardship from Action.org
Christian Teachings on the Environment from Green Faith an Interfaith organization

Check out this movie due out April 21st, 2020, Climate Hustle 2, which checks out the “Global Warming” / “Climate Change” propaganda and seeks the truth with honest scientific investigation.

Also check out this good book, “Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout: The Making of a Sensible Environmentalist” by Dr. Patrick Moore.

Find an environmental job at Environmental Careers Organization
EnviroLink Network thousands of online environmental resources since 1991
Do No Harm: The Coalition of Americans for Research Ethics (Ethical Stem Cell Research)

How to recycle anything article by Personal Creations.

Not sure if you should put something in recycling or the trash? Check out this convenient guide I got from a Boy Scout leader, how-to recycle common household goods. Want to donate something in good condition, check out where you can donate and recycle your clothing and other gently used goods.

Thrifting – A guide to recycling pre-loved items.

Vegetarian Resource

We Need This – by ATTN videos on Face Book – Stay up to date on all of the exciting innovations & products aiming to make the world a better place.

See also my Environmental Related posts.

Thus ends Ed Paul’s Page on eco-friendly and environmental stewardship

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