Protecting Human Livelihoods and Natural Resources

We hope that you know and follow the excellent work being done around the world in our Hunger Program’s “Joining Hands” networks.

From resisting extractive mining practices that pollute creation and have poisoned children with lead in Peru, to standing with the Standing Rock Sioux to protect water, to honoring and saving native seeds in India to the below work in Sri Lanka, we give thanks for our global partners as we together work for eco-justice: a healthy earth where all people can thrive. May we continue to persist!

Sand Mining in Sri Lanka Endangers Coral Reefs and Livelihoods


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