The signatories listed below endorse the Global Ethic as individuals, not on behalf of their organizations.
Their job titles and organization's names are included for identification purposes only.
 

Endorsements

Signature Job Title Organization Name Citysort descending Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Nigel Dower Honorary Lecturer University of Aberdeen Aberdeen United Kingdom Not Listed (Write-in) Quaker Universalist
I welcome the fifth principle of sustainability. This brings this declaration more into line with the Earth Charter's comprehensive ethical vision - both statements being the product of extensive inter-cultural dialogue.
Robert P. Sellers Chair of the Board if Trustees Parliament of the World’s Religions Abilene United States
Mark Waters Professor McMurry University Abilene United States Christianity
Tad Philips retired teacher Adelaide Australia Humanism I'm fully supporting these principles.
Kathleen Nolan, OP Coordinator of the Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Adrian Dominican Sisters Adrian United States Christianity
Huey-li Li Professor akron United States
I appreciate the Parliament's efforts and wholeheartedly endorse the expanded global ethic.
Zach Freidhof Big Love Network Akron United States
Peter Yuichi Clark Alameda, CA United States Christianity
Crystal Muldrow Sr. Minister Unity Church in Albany Albany United States New Thought
joseph prabhu Professor (Emeritus) Southern California Parliament of Relgions (SCCPWR) Altadena United States Christianity I am happy to endorse the expanded Global Ethic
Gernot Häublein author & editor Altfraunhofen Germany Christianity
Deborah Hill-Davis Minister Unity Church of Ames Ames United States
Maria Heim Professor Amherst College Amherst United States Humanism
Cathy Derezinski Self-Determination Consultant Inclusa Amherst Junction United States
Harm J. Hartmans Amsterdam Netherlands
Anantanand Rambachan Professor of Religion Saint Olaf College Apple Valley United States Hinduism A much needed addition to the Global Ethic
Christopher H. Petyers President 7th Generation Fund Arcata United States Indigenous Tradition
Nikhil Bumb Associate Director FSG Arlington United States Jainism
Anne Stine Founder Wilderness Rites Ashland United States Not Listed (Write-in) Earth based Buddhism
With a full hearted endorsement of the expanded Global Ethic; the care for our mother earth is the most fundamental of all, without this, there is no future as we might envision it for ourselves and other life forms. Let us act now with compassion and kindness for all life.
M. Ajisebo McElwaine Abimbola Co-founder Ifa Heritage Institute Atlanta United States Not Listed (Write-in) Yoruba
Alexandra J. Zinnes Teacher Kashi Atlanta Atlanta United States
Jeffrey M Genung President Contemplative Life Austin United States Christianity A constitution for humanity
C. Clay Boykin Founder Men's Fellowship Network Austin United States New Thought
Pathiranage Don Padmasiri Administrative Officer Sri Lanka Council of Religions for Peace Bandaragama Sri Lanka Buddhism
At a time that major human problems are on the rise due to social, political, economic and climatic change that bring about a sense of uncertainty on the existence of human race, the time has come to get together and reach at a long term solution through a concrete mechanism on the collective rationale and consensus. I think that this endorsement of Global Ethic will go a long way to fulfill this objective.
Dr. Miriam Devlin, SMIC Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception Bangor United States Christianity
David F. Hales Chair of Climate Action Parliament of the World's religions Bar Harbor United States
The Climate Action Task Force of the Parliament is privileged to be part of the process of adding this critical new element to the Global Ethic.
Vicki Toale Professor Molloy College Bay Shore United States Christianity
Coen Reijntjes Beetsterzwaag Netherlands Christianity
Toshikazu Kenjitsu Nakagaki President Heiwa Peace and Reconciliation Foundation of New York Bellerose, NY United States Buddhism
We have responsibility for taking care of our own earth with wisdom and compassion.
John Francis Duggan Chaplain Belleville Canada Christianity
Rev Lauren J Van Ham Dean The Chaplaincy Institute Berkeley United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Whitney A. Bauman Associate Professor of Religious Studies Florida International University Berlin Germany Atheism/Agnosticism
Martin Wittau Vice President German Federal Association for Sustainability Berlin Germany
Peter Schier International Delegate and Speaker Global Ethic Foundation Berlin Germany Christianity
I whole-heartedly endorse the expanded Global Ethic Declaration. The "new" commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is a re-discovery of the thousand-year-old ethical standard of the popular indigenous belief systems all over the Earth that human beings are just a small part of nature and creation and that humans should respect and live in harmony with nature and all other creation. The culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is not only a common ethical norm in religion but also reflected in philosophy, for example the "ecological imperative" of Hans Jonas.
Marion Werling-Barth Teacher Friedrich Schiller Gymnasium Ludwigsburg Bietigheim Germany
So glad that so many people are fighting for global ethics - we’ll never give up, let’ s get cracking!
Fazlun Khalid Director Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Science Birmingham United Kingdom Islam A movement for change
Elizabeth Harris HOnorary Senior Research Fellow Birmingham University Birmingham United Kingdom Christianity
Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia Chairman Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha Birmingham United Kingdom Sikhism
‘Towards a Global Ethic’ is a welcome document, and the new directive for a ‘Commitment to a Culture of Sustainability and Care for the Earth’ is extremely timely.

To live a fuller life in harmony with the Creator and His Creation, compassion, kindness, forgiveness, reconciliation and love are essential.
Jane Jishin Faysash Sensei Southern Palm Zen Group Boca Raton United States Buddhism
Florida faces more coastal flooding as a result of rising sea levels and the possibility of more powerful hurricanes as a result of climate change. It is our duty to care for the earth in a sustainable way that benefits all sentient beings.
ZORRO SANCHEZ Associated Professor University of Los Andes Bogota Colombia Christianity
I appreciate that even non religlous people have the possibility to endorse the Global Ethic.

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