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 ascending Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Jehan Bagli president WZO Canada Toronto Canada Zoroastrianism it is a pleasure to endorse the expanded Global Ethics
Eleanor Pontoriero Lecturer Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto, Canada Toronto Canada Buddhism

Daniel Mikelberg Toronto Canada Judaism
Eimear Maire O'Neill Creative Director Spirit Matters Community Toronto Canada Indigenous Tradition
Catherine Starr Chaplain University of Toronto Toronto Canada Paganism
Susan E Beayni facilitator Partners for Planning Toronto Canada Not Listed (Write-in) Oneness of ALL
Richard Tetreau Toronto Canada Rastafarianism
Kathryn Moase United Church of Canada Toronto Canada Christianity
Maria Vamvalis Curriculum Developer OISE Toronto Canada
Imam Irshad Osman (Naleemi) Khateeb Danforth Islamic Centre Toronto Canada Islam
Martha OConnor Toronto Canada
Joy Kennedy Canadian Interfaith Fast for the Climate Toronto Canada Many Faiths, One Planet. Let us Make Peace with Earth.
Leslie Gabriel Mezei Interfaith Minster Universal Worship Toronto Canada Not Listed (Write-in) Universal Worship
Hava Tirosh-Samuelson Director, Center for Jewish Studies Arizona State University Tempe United States Judaism
Amber D Sidwell Educator SLCC Taylorsville United States
Thomas M. Lemberg Tampa United States Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual but not religious
Sumner B. Twiss Distinguished Professor of Human Rights, Ethics, and Religion Florida State University Tallahassee United States Christianity
Simonil Mehta Doctor Sydney Australia Zoroastrianism
Joyce S. Shin Pastor Swarthmore Presbyterian Church Swarthmore United States Christianity I fully endorse this fifth directive to the Global Ethic.
Charles M.Taylor CEO/Spiritual Leader Charles & Shakira Unlimited Sunrise United States Not Listed (Write-in) Integral Christianity
Beverly Decker Art professor CSUCI summerland United States Not Listed (Write-in) Inayati order
Martin Priebe - Profit mit Moral Entrepreneur Martin Priebe - Profit mit Moral Stuttgart Germany Christianity
As an observant christ I am very grateful about this global ethic declaration! As business ethics is my core topic, I want to support the Global Ethic the best I can.
Thiel Marie-Jo University professor University Strasbourg France Christianity
Huaiyu Wang Associate Professor Georgia College & State University Statesboro United States Confucianism
Valeriya Udovenko Student St. Louis United States Judaism
Tobias Winright Associate Professor of Theological Ethics and Health Care Ethics Saint Louis University St. Louis United States Christianity For peace on Earth and peace with Earth....
Renèlle Smith Consultant Spring City United States Not Listed (Write-in) Self-Realization Fellowship It such a perfect addition, and so needed for our time.
Sally Apokis Chaplain Wesley College South Melbourne Australia Christianity
Dan McKanan Emerson Senior Lecturer Harvard Divinity School Somerville, MA United States Unitarian Universalist
Rev. Nathan DeMay President Atlanta Interfaith Ministries Smyrna United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Shantha Ready Alonso Executive Director Creation Justice Ministries Silver Spring United States Christianity
Matthew Regan (Rev. Bup Hee) Secretary International Buddhist Committee of Washington DC Silver Spring United States Buddhism
Heup Young Kim President Korea Forum for Science and Life Seoul Korea, Republic of Christianity I am endosing the expanded global ethic with the fifth directive.
Allison Stokes Founding Director Women's Interfaith Institute Seneca Falls, New York United States Unitarian Universalist
A commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth, our common home, is an imperative of our time. I am grateful to those who have taken the initiative on this and am happy to sign the expanded Global Ethic..
Jennifer Battaglia 1973 SEFFNER United States
MR LEWIS LANCASTER Professor (Emeritus) U of California, Berkeley SEBASTOPOL United States
Reverend Lynnea Jardine Spiritual Director Spiritual Care Institute Seattle United States New Thought
Newton Daddow Chaplain Swinburne University Chaplaincy SEAHOLME Australia Christianity
SJ Obrigewitsch Congregation of Our Lady of Sion Saskatoon Canada Christianity
Ronald L. Boyer Doctoral Student Graduate Theological Union & UC Berkeley Santa Rosa United States
I applaud the Parliament on this much needed additional 5th principle of ethics concerning environmental and climate justice. Our global society faces an unprecedented crisis today and the collective voices and wisdom of millions of good-hearted individuals and organizations will be required to address these crises, for the sake of all future generations. As Noam Chomsky and many others have warned, we are fast reaching the tipping point to species extinction, either quickly by nuclear annihilation (the revelations this week concerning Russia's newly proclaimed advancement in hypersonic nuclear missiles as but one indicator) or gradually through continued and increasing predation of the Earth Mother's precious resources resulting in an unsustainable development and undermining of the climate and all this catastrophically entails. I am proud to be a signatory to this addition of environmental justice as a guiding principle of an emerging new ethos embodied in the Parliament's articles and respectful of the rights of unborn future generations to a decent life on this beautiful sphere.

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