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
MR LEWIS LANCASTER Professor (Emeritus) U of California, Berkeley SEBASTOPOL United States
Chihfen Lee Occupational therapist NYC DOE Fair Lawn United States Buddhism
Sylvie Sun Board member Buddhist Global Relief Fort Lee United States Buddhism
Bhikkhu Sagarananda Tien Secretary US Zen Institute Germantown United States Buddhism
Sak Tsin Yee Teacher Sandakan Malaysia Buddhism
Julia C. M. Willke Head of Educational Programmes Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
Lynne Taylor artist Laurelwood Art Gaston United States New Thought
Lena Zoller manager Interreligious Affairs and Society Global Ethic Foundation Tübingen Germany Christianity
Rev. Dr. Serene Jones President Union Theological Seminary New York United States
Huey-li Li Professor akron United States
I appreciate the Parliament's efforts and wholeheartedly endorse the expanded global ethic.
Rev. Dr. Wilfred Tyrrell, S.A. Director of the Clark Center for Religion & Social Justice Manhattanville College Purchase United States Christianity
Renate Amin independent collaborator Global ethic foundation Tübingen Germany
Fletcher Harper Executive Director GreenFaith Highland Park United States
Susan B. Hendershot President Interfaith Power & Light San Francisco United States Christianity Thank you so much for your work on this addition!
Shantha Ready Alonso Executive Director Creation Justice Ministries Silver Spring United States Christianity
Christina Leano Associate Director Global Catholic Climate Movement Boston United States Christianity Grateful to be able to support such an important initiative.
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.
Glenn M Jacob executive director New York Interfaith Power & Light New York United States Judaism
Suhag A. Shukla, Esq. Executive Director and Co-Founder Hindu American Foundation Philadelphia United States Hinduism
Matthew Regan (Rev. Bup Hee) Secretary International Buddhist Committee of Washington DC Silver Spring United States Buddhism
Daniel J. Misleh Executive Director Catholic Climate Covenant Washington, DC United States Christianity
Margaret M Diener, OP CPWR Board Member Emeritus Dominican Sisters of San Rafael San Rafael United States Christianity
I celebrate the appropriate and essential expansion of the Global Ethic document.
IAN MEVORACH Professor, Spiritual Leader Emmanuel College, Common Street Spiritual Center NATICK United States Christianity
Anna Tomfeah Communication Rep Global Ethic Institute Tuebingen Germany Christianity
Robin Kimberly Runora Mavis Fridley United States
Mark Waters Professor McMurry University Abilene United States Christianity
Lynne Marie Meyer Chicago United States Unitarian Universalist
Bhavesh Bhagat CHAIRMAN Confident Governance LEESBURG United States Hinduism
Wendy Wood PhD Co-Founder The Karuna Center for Mindful Engagement Mendocino United States
ramasubramanian DIRECTOR DHARMA INSTITUTE CHENNAI India Hinduism
I would like to endorse with a caveat that there is an urgent need to make the global ethical statement into a living, engaging, dynamic dialogue process and not merely a document for celebration. This document needs to engage with the World Trade Organization, the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other such institutions of global nature all of which need to have a more rigorous ethical partner.

I am available in the Parliament in booth no. 510 for furthering this discussion.
Kathrine Wood Priest Palm desert United States
Margaret Small Fort Collins United States
Joseph Carson president Affiliation of Christian Engineers Knoxville United States Christianity
as a quarter-century long US federal agency whistleblower, who has experienced an apparently endless stream of bystanding Christian religion professionals, this document leaves "A LOT" to be desired - if humanity is to have much hope of reaching year 2100 more-or-less intact.
Alastair R Moodie GLASGOW United Kingdom Unitarian Universalist
Caroline Bader Director of Living the Change GreenFaith/Living the Change Mannheim Germany Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith
Peter G Kirchschlaeger Professor for Theological Ethics University of Lucerne Lucerne Switzerland Christianity
Sara Jamil Founder/CEO CompassionFirst Richmond Hill Canada Islam
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!
Jennifer Battaglia 1973 SEFFNER United States
John P. Martin Missionary Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers Maryknoll United States Christianity

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