Various interfaith organizations have been formed across the country to awaken and engage religious communities from across the spectrum of faiths. They educate, advocate, and enable congregations and individuals to live their religious commitments to justice and the care of creation.
- Faith In Place (Chicago area) creates hopeful and welcoming spaces for people of all faiths to reflect deeply on their own faiths, integrate the teachings of these faiths into their economic and ecological practices; and work together for a shared future which is economically just and ecologically sustainable.
- The Religion, Ecology and Spirituality Group of the West Michigan Environmental Action Council engages and unites faith communities and environmental groups in promoting resource sustainability, and provides support for people of faith to integrate their spiritual life with their ecological values.
- GreenFaith (formerly Partners for Environmental Quality) is an interfaith environmental coalition which seeks to educate, advocate and mobilize the New Jersey faith community on behalf of environmental stewardship and justice.
- Interfaith Network for Earth Concerns of the Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon carries out EMO's mission of earth stewardship, theological education and dialogue, public policy advocacy and greening congregations.
- InterReligious Eco-Justice Network (Connecticut) engages people of diverse faith traditions in prayer, dialogue, education, advocacy and celebration of the sacredness of creation, and encourages faithful living that reflects a right relationship between humankind and the environment.
- The Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth (formerly the Seventh Principle Project) affirms and promotes the Seventh Principle of the Unitarian Universalist Association, "Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part."
- The WHALE Center (Wellness Health and Lifestyle Education) (Utah) conducts programs in leadership development, education, and consultation to facilitate healing for the earth and people.
- The Regeneration Project and its Interfaith Power and Light (IPL) program. IPL is mobilizing a religious response to global warming in congregations through the promotion of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and conservation.
- The Interfaith Coalition on Energy (ICE), whose mission is to inspire congregations to reduce the costs of operating their facilities. The Coalition guides congregations to use measurably less energy, to purchase energy at lower cost, and to anticipate and prevent problems with mechanical and electrical systems within their buildings. ICE’s mutual goal is to create money for community service while practicing environmental stewardship.