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 Namesort descending City Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Jeff Wolfe Houston United States Christianity
Thomas M. Lemberg Tampa United States Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual but not religious
John F. Haught Vero Beach, Florida United States Christianity
Tehemton Mirza London Canada Zoroastrianism
Simonil Mehta Doctor Sydney Australia Zoroastrianism
Erika Berland Naropa University Boulder United States Buddhism
Lea Basch Boulder United States Buddhism
Bill Douglas Boulder United States Buddhism
Nancy Gillis Boulder United States Buddhism
Peter B. Williams Dharma Teacher Boulder United States Buddhism
Elizabeth Ursic Phoenix United States Christianity
DIANNE DILLON-RIDGLEY Iowa City United States Christianity
Having worked on the drafting of The EARTH CHARTER in the 1990's, I appreciate how imperative it is that we continue, as one human family, to establish and expand global agreements and commitments for the future of humanity. Not as some "global government" but rather as a sober recognition that with seven billion plus people on our fragile beautiful planet we need deep levels of cooperation, understanding and support among all cultures and communities. More true now in 2018 than when I first said it before the Earth Summit in 1992..."It is time TO 'MOTHER' EARTH"!
James D McClure BOULDER United States
May humanity gain the wisdom and commitment to protect the earth and all its creatures.
Christine Lincoln Boulder United States Buddhism
I'm grateful for the opportunity to endorse all five of these commitments. In particular, I wholeheartedly welcome the addition of the fifth - the commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth. Thank you to the Parliament of the World's Religions.
Daniel Mikelberg Toronto Canada Judaism
Karen Armstrong Author London United Kingdom
Kathy Konecki Santa Fe United States
Pratima Desai Board Member Emeritus Lusaka Zambia
Xerxes Madan Mobed Mississauga Canada Zoroastrianism
Laurel Bergman Redwood City United States Judaism
Allen T Tsaur Doctor of Oriental Medicine Germantown United States Buddhism
Dr. Thomas Riplinger Gomaringen-Stockach Germany Christianity
This fifth direction represents an important updating of the original declaration, concretizing its implications in the context of the manifold threats to world peace and well-being emergent in the current world-wide backlash against reform efforts.
Sanjeewa Herath Chef Bronx United States Buddhism
Sak Tsin Yee Teacher Sandakan Malaysia Buddhism
Huey-li Li Professor akron United States
I appreciate the Parliament's efforts and wholeheartedly endorse the expanded global ethic.
Robin Kimberly Runora Mavis Fridley United States
Lynne Marie Meyer Chicago United States Unitarian Universalist
Kathrine Wood Priest Palm desert United States
Margaret Small Fort Collins United States
Alastair R Moodie GLASGOW United Kingdom Unitarian Universalist
GORDON S COOPER Bremerton United States Not Listed (Write-in) Ancient Order of Druids in America One planet, no backup. TIme to plan and act accordingly!
Harm J. Hartmans Amsterdam Netherlands
John Corvus Huculiak Hamilton Canada
Barbara Takashima San Diego United States
Johannes Rehm Prof Dr. Nürnberg Germany Christianity
Richard Tetreau Toronto Canada Rastafarianism
Kava Schafer Palliative care chaplain at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States Not Listed (Write-in) Inayati Sufi
Robert E Hanson Retired Revolutionary Milwaukee United States Buddhism Peace for all everywhere
Karin Dean Ocala United States New Thought
Angela Munn Paralegal Jacksonville United States Paganism

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