Nature-worship free zone
There is always a risk in directing you to any other site, but it seems environmental sites rank very high in the Beware! category. We don't want to cross the line between respect for the Lord's Creation and worship of His creation. We don't think any of the below sites do that, BUT! having said that - be wise anyway!
We aren't looking for you to join these organizations necessarily, but to use them as resources. Get from them what you can, use their ideas in your own life or group. Or, better, start a Christian Environmental Group of your own!
Start by reading Dr. Ray Bohlin's excellent article Christian Environmentalism.
Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) is a unique evangelical ministry whose purpose is to "declare the Lordship of Christ over all creation" (Col. 1:15-20). EEN was formed because we recognize many "environmental" problems are fundamentally spiritual problems. EEN's flagship publication, Creation Care magazine, provides you with biblically informed and timely articles on topics ranging from how to protect your loved ones against environmental threats to how you can more fully praise the Creator for the wonder of His creation.
A Rocha is a Christian nature conservation organisation, our name coming from the Portuguese for "the Rock", as the first initiative was a field study centre near the Alvor Estuary in Portugal.
The mission of Au Sable Institute is the integration of knowledge of the Creation with biblical principles for the purpose of bringing the Christian community and the general public to a better understanding of the Creator and the stewardship of God's Creation. All of its programs and activities are structured to allow, and are conducted for, promotion of Christian environmental stewardship. This includes persistent dedication to exemplary Christian stewardship in its planning, operations, programs, and outreach.
Target Earth is a contemporary short-term mission program that provides quality service opportunities for students and church members. The service trips are holistic, combining a desire to share the love of Jesus while caring for the earth and the people who inhabit it. The short-term service opportunities are offered in 14 countries.
Jaguar Creek, a Belizean non-governmental organization (NGO), is owned and operated by Target Earth International - a faith based global sustainability NGO committed to the work of serving the earth and the poor in regions of the world where people live on less than a dollar a day.
In 1993, the Eden Conservancy was established to counter the problems of deforestation and the ensuing human suffering. The idea was simple and visionary -- to buy up the world's endangered lands. There seemed no better way to protect God's good creation.