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 Pre-5th Directive
Robin Kimberly Runora Mavis Fridley United States
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.
Richa Agarwala GAITHERSBURG United States Hinduism
Lynne Taylor artist Laurelwood Art Gaston United States New Thought
S. Wesley Ariarajah Professor Emeritus Drew University School of Theology Geneva Switzerland Christianity I welcome this important addition to our common commitment.
Maria Lucia Uribe Torres Director Arigatou International Geneva Geneva Switzerland Christianity
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.
Allen T Tsaur Doctor of Oriental Medicine Germantown United States Buddhism
Bhikkhu Sagarananda Tien Secretary US Zen Institute Germantown United States Buddhism
Judith Hildebrand Minister Unity Churches - Unity of Mesa Gilbert United States New Thought
Alastair R Moodie GLASGOW United Kingdom Unitarian Universalist
James R Van Camp Consultant Emergent Water Solutions Glen Ellyn United States Christianity It has been an honor serving on the Climate Action Task Force for the Parliament
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.
Ahmad Abedi Sarvestani Associate Professor Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Gorgan Iran, Islamic Republic of Islam
In the hope of observing the global ethical principles and standards in human relationships and human-nature interaction.
Lanette S. Howard Minister CSL Grass Valley United States New Thought
Bruce McCarter, Psy.D. Ahimsa Institute Great Barrington United States
Irène Kaigetsu Kyojo Bakker Teacher and founder Zen Spirit Haalderen Netherlands Buddhism Spread the word. So necessary. Thank you!
Klaus-Georg Poehls Pastor Ev.-Luth. Kirchengemeinde Blankenese Hamburg Germany Christianity
John Corvus Huculiak Hamilton Canada
Guoxiang Peng Qiu Shi Distinguished Professor of Chinese Philosophy, Intellectual History, and Religions Zhejiang University Hangzhou China Confucianism
Marie-Françoise Lecuivre Enseignante Ecole Communale d'Hélécine Hélécine Belgium Christianity
Dede Walton Hendersonville United States
Fletcher Harper Executive Director GreenFaith Highland Park United States
Tamara Evans Nail Professional Hilliard United States New Thought
Rohinton Rivetna Member Zoroastrian Association of metropolitan Chicago HINSDALE United States Zoroastrianism
Steven Bouma-Prediger Leonard and Marjorie Maas Professor of Reformed Theology Hope College Holland United States Christianity
Fr. Carl Chudy Interfaith Outreach Xaverian Missionaries USA Holliston United States Christianity
Swami Varadananda Monk Vivekananda Vedanta Society Homer Glen United States Hinduism
Molly Horan Director of Communications and Publications Parliament of the World's Religions Homewood United States
It is inspiring to support the revitalization of the Parliament's commitment to promoting this unparalleled handbook for life!
Jeff Wolfe Houston United States Christianity
Reverend Gena L. Davis Priest YogaMass, Inc. Houston United States Christianity
Matthew R. Hill Student Saint Louis University Houston United States Christianity
Rev. Lynn M. Ashworth, HP Co-founder, High Priestess Grove of the Winding Spiral Independence United States Not Listed (Write-in) Wicca
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"!
LeGrace Besnon Associate Editor Journal of Haitian Studies Ithaca United States I applaud this significant addition to the Global Ethic
Angela Munn Paralegal Jacksonville United States Paganism
Charles A McDonald Intelligence Analyst Study of Spiritual Warfare Jacksonville United States Christianity
The term Christianity is too broad, just as the Title "European" would include all the nations that have had been in conflict with each other such as Spain and England; Germany and France, Christianity includes Catholics that executed other Christians. The very title "Protestantism" reveals the divide within Christianity. There are too many denominations but there are six major groups: Roman Catholic; Orthodox; Reformed; Protestant; Evangelical; and Independent. Each alone have over 100 million members, which deserve separate status, Just as religions based on Hinduism: Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism are listed separately. You don't need to define it just allow signers the choice. Given the choice I would select "Evangelical".
David Rosen International Director, Interreligious Affairs AJC Jerusalem Israel Judaism
Ellen Hoffenberg Serfaty Jerusalem Israel Buddhism
Sandra Costa Teacher/priestess Ms. Joliet United States Paganism

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