CARE FOR NATURE CARE FOR ALL
Eco-Sikh UK is a unified inter-faith response to help combat climate change, global warming and bio-diversity loss.
With a firm belief that the sum of our diverse communities is so much greater than its parts, we believe that all humans have an intrinsic sensitivity to the natural world, and that a sustainable, more just society is possible.
How You Can Help?
Your gift will help with necessary resources, training and education while offering the promise of a brighter future. You can make a difference today by signing up.
Become a Volunteer
Get involved today! Become a Volunteer and join our ever-growing team of volunteers and make a positive impact with your community to help combat climate change.
You don’t need to know lots about how politics or parliament works, or be able to recite stats on carbon emissions. You just need to care about environmental issues and be willing to talk to decision-makers about why they matter to you.
What People Say
“Climate change is possibly one of the most serious environmental threats facing our world today. Our first guru, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, explained that the world we humans create around ourselves is a reflection of our own inner state.Rick Panesar, Eco-Sikh UK
“We need to act now to combat climate change and air pollution, as well as safeguarding our environment for future generations.”Eco-Sikh UK
- Bring a Spade Day!The Sikh community in Leeds will be launching Bring a Spade Day – in a bid to raise £9000 to plant over 550 trees to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
- October beckons in the Punjabi month of Katak – ਕੱਤਕKatak is a time when death is occurring in nature. Leaves are falling from the trees, flowers are dying and animals are going into hibernation. Nature has created death only then to create life again six months later in the spring months of March and April.
- Earth Overshoot DayEarth Overshoot Day is an initiative of Global Footprint Network, an international research organisation that is changing the way the world measures and manages its natural resources.
- Gardens of Faith – SikhiBBC Radio 4 examines the relationship between different faiths and nature by looking at their gardens. In this episode, Peter France visits the Khalsa Wood project near Nottingham, and discusses Sikhi’s relationship with nature.
Eco-Sikh UK is a non-hierarchal linear organisation with a transparent, responsive and sociable working culture and ethic. If you are keen to get involved and join our ever-increasing team of volunteers, please contact us for more info.