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 City Country Religious Group Religious or spiritual tradition (Write-in) Comments
Carol A. McVetty Interim Executive Minister American Baptist Churches, Metro Chicago Chicago United States Christianity
Swami Varadananda Monk Vivekananda Vedanta Society Homer Glen United States Hinduism
Very Rev. Thomas A. Baima Vicar for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Archdiocese of Chicago Chicago United States Christianity
Vandana Shiva Founder Navdanya Dehradun India
Rév.Felix Manga Dabolo Président Communautaire Communauté Baptiste des Fidèles en Afrique Kisangani Congo, The Democratic Republic of the Christianity
Ingrid Mattson Professor Huron University College London Canada Islam Grateful for the leadership who wrote the text of the global ethic.
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware Bishop of Diokleai Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain Oxford United Kingdom Christianity
The text of the fifth directive has my full approval: I am willing to endorse it.
Hille Haker Richard McCormic Endowed Chair of Catholic Moral Theology Loyola University Chicago Evanston United States Christianity I fully endorse the Fifth Directive and with it, the Expanded Global Ethic.
Scott R. Paeth Professor of Religious Studies DePaul University Chicago United States Christianity
H.H. Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswati President Parmarth Niketan Rishikesh India Hinduism
Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati, PhD Secretary-General Global Interfaith WASH Alliance Rishikesh India Hinduism
Elizabeth A. Johnson Distinguished Professor Fordham University - Theology Dept. Bronx United States Christianity With hope for care for our common home.
Dhammadipa Sak (Fa Yao) Trustee Parliament of the World's Religions Germantown United States Buddhism This is surely a valuable guideline for the betterment of humanity and Earth.
S. Wesley Ariarajah Professor Emeritus Drew University School of Theology Geneva Switzerland Christianity I welcome this important addition to our common commitment.
Russell C Leong Editor UCLA Asian American Studies Los Angeles United States Buddhism
Allen T Tsaur Doctor of Oriental Medicine Germantown United States Buddhism
Roger S. Gottlieb Professor of Philosophy Worcester Polytechnic Institute Boston United States New Thought May the good spirits be with us!
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.
Joseph Grant Minister of Peace and Justice St. William Church Louisville United States Christianity With gratitude and hope .
William C French Peace Studios Director Loyola University of Chicago Wilmette United States Not Listed (Write-in) Care for the Earth is the Great Work of our era.
Sallie B King Professor Emerita James Madison University Washington United States Not Listed (Write-in) Buddhism and Religious Society of Friends (Quaker)
Karma Lekshe Tsomo Professor University of San Diego San Diego United States Buddhism The Global Ethic sustains us all in peace, equity, and loving kindness.
Thiel Marie-Jo University professor University Strasbourg France Christianity
Hugh Locke President Smallholder Farmers Alliance Port-au-Prince Haiti
Grandmother Flordemayo The Path Inc Estancia United States Blessings of Love and Light
Jonathan Granoff President Global Security Institute New York City United States Not Listed (Write-in) All
The Golden Rule, the principles of the Universal
declaration of Human Rights, and this ethics statement take on life to the extent we move from love of self to
Selfless Love. Ethics are the foundation for a socially enabling environment for this lesson to be realized in peace. In this lesson is fulfillment.
George B Handley Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities Brigham Young University Provo United States Christianity
Armene Modi Founder Ashta No Kai Pune India Zoroastrianism Proud and honored to endorse this vision for a better world.
Muhammed Haron Professor University of Botswana Gaborone Botswana Islam
this is a significant document should not be ignored but be readily endorsed by all; it charts out pathways into the future.
Nikhil Bumb Associate Director FSG Washington, D.C. United States Jainism
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.
Terry Kleeman Professor of Religious Studies University of Colorado Boulder United States Taoism/Daoism
Betty Whitted Holley Director of the Master of Divinity Program Payne Seminary Fairborn United States Christianity
I am so very thankful that the 5th directive was added to include ecological sustainability. Earth's survival depends on intentional work that surrounds the 5th directive.
Piseth Keo Lecturer Pannasastra University of Cambodia Phnom Penh Cambodia Buddhism
Klaus-Georg Poehls Pastor Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Blankenese Hamburg Germany Christianity
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.
John Moreschi Jr. Author Dream Mechanics Bronx United States New Thought
Sanjeewa Herath Chef Bronx United States Buddhism
valeria clark 1978 COLD SPRING United States
Jinwol Y.H. Lee Zen Master Gosung Monastery Livermore United States Buddhism
We need the Global Ethic to be observed in daily lives for all living beings and Earth.
May peace, justice and compassion prevail on Earth!

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