Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community

The Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology is very pleased to announce a new series of online courses released through Yale University and the Coursera online learning platform:


Religions and Ecology: Restoring the Earth Community

Designed for a general audience, these six (6) courses orient learners to the relevance of religious traditions in response to contemporary ecological and climate challenges.

  1. Introduction to Religions and Ecology*
  2. Indigenous Traditions and Ecology*
  3. South Asian Religions and Ecology*
  4. East Asian Religions and Ecology*
  5. Western Religions and Ecology*
  6. Christianity and Ecology

*Completion of these five courses leads to a Coursera Specialization certificate. 

These courses were created by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim and draw on interviews and writings of many other historians of religions, theologians, religious leaders, and environmentalists.

Coursera courses are flexible for your schedule and lifestyle. You can:

  • Start anytime and work at your own pace
  • Audit any course for free
  • Take courses separately or together as a specialization
  • Engage with community mentors to support and deepen your learning

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