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
Vicki Toale Professor Molloy College Bay Shore United States Christianity
Linda Gershuny Linda Gershuny Etobicoke Canada Bahá'í Godspeed
Austin Avison Student of Knowledge The university Detroit United States Not Listed (Write-in) Roman Catholic Church To a future of peace in love of people in goodwill towards all people.
Valeriya Udovenko Student St. Louis United States Judaism
Wolfgang Wagner Rottenburg am Neckar Germany Christianity
Lanette S. Howard Minister CSL Grass Valley United States New Thought
Christine Muise Priest Diocese of BC Parksville Canada Christianity
Jay Tyson Jay Baha'i Community Mercerville United States Bahá'í
An agreement on shared values is the foundation for all other successful agreements and laws.
Martin Wittau Vice President German Federal Association for Sustainability Berlin Germany
Peter Schier International Delegate and Speaker Global Ethic Foundation Berlin Germany Christianity
I whole-heartedly endorse the expanded Global Ethic Declaration. The "new" commitment to a culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is a re-discovery of the thousand-year-old ethical standard of the popular indigenous belief systems all over the Earth that human beings are just a small part of nature and creation and that humans should respect and live in harmony with nature and all other creation. The culture of sustainability and care for the Earth is not only a common ethical norm in religion but also reflected in philosophy, for example the "ecological imperative" of Hans Jonas.
David C. Oughton, Ph.D. Associate Professor of the World's Religions Saint Louis University Fenton United States Christianity
I fully endorse the expanded Declaration for a Global Ethic as part of the necessary foundation for creating a world constitution and a democratic world federation that would outlaw war, genocide, and terrorism, prosecute individuals who violate world laws, and be better able to solve our major global problems such as climate change and the destruction of our natural resources.
Deirdre Pulgram-Arthen Executive Director EarthSpirit Worthington United States Paganism
We are the Earth. The Fifth Directive adds a much needed element and I am pleased to endorse this expanded version of the Global Ethic.
Kathleen Nolan, OP Coordinator of the Office of Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Adrian Dominican Sisters Adrian United States Christianity
Rev. Warren J. Savage Director and Catholic Chaplain Albert and Amelia Ferst Interfaith Center Westfield United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interfaith Campus Ministry
Rev. Rock R. Fremont Jr. Pastor Shepherd of the Hills United Church of Christ Phoenix United States Christianity
Akufuna Sitali Ngonda Church Board Member Rockville Church of the Nazarene WHEATON United States Christianity
al coats retired Mr. Calgary Canada Christianity
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.
Glenys D. Livingstone Ph.D. author PaGaian Cosmology Wondai Australia Paganism
Gerald Farley Minister A Bridge Salem United States Not Listed (Write-in) One Creator Our Thoughts and Prayers are with Us All. We are One.
Peter Yuichi Clark Alameda, CA United States Christianity
Randy L Thomas Advisory Board Coordinator Interfaith Peace Project Concord United States Not Listed (Write-in) Interspiritual
Carole Briggs Retired MADISON United States Unitarian Universalist
Cecilia Bendall Ms New Town Australia
Anne Stine Founder Wilderness Rites Ashland United States Not Listed (Write-in) Earth based Buddhism
With a full hearted endorsement of the expanded Global Ethic; the care for our mother earth is the most fundamental of all, without this, there is no future as we might envision it for ourselves and other life forms. Let us act now with compassion and kindness for all life.
Ellen Hoffenberg Serfaty Jerusalem Israel Buddhism
Sally Apokis Chaplain Wesley College South Melbourne Australia Christianity
Rev. Dr. Arlene Mazak Interfaith Minister Puducherry India Not Listed (Write-in) Interspiritual
Jan Herman Naude Mystic Otterlo Netherlands Not Listed (Write-in) Spiritual
Would be nice if we could have ethical classes as part of the school curriculum.
David Garrido Masmitjà Dream Mentor L' Hospitalet de Llobregat Spain
michelle reid Outreach TRILIG Norton United States Indigenous Tradition
Coen Reijntjes Beetsterzwaag Netherlands Christianity
Celeste Rututo Project coordinator World Vision Mozambique Maputo Mozambique Christianity
John Philip Curran Student Chicago Theological Seminary Chicago United States Christianity
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....
James Reed Bridgeville United States Christianity
This document is a source of joy and hope for all who wish for universal love of neighbor.
Dr. Anindita N. Balslev Author/Philosopher CCC New Delhi/Aarhus India Hinduism
Dr. Miriam Devlin, SMIC Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception Bangor United States 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.
Gernot Häublein author & editor Altfraunhofen Germany Christianity

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