This video showcases PERC Enviropreneur Institute alum Fletcher Harper, his organization GreenFaith, and the innovative ways in which religion, ecology, and economics can be combined to forge creative environmental solutions.
| Religious Sector, Sustainability | Education, Program Design
Fletcher is an Episcopal priest and Executive Directorat GreenFaith. GreenFaith is a national, interfaith environmental organization that conducts education and advocacy, and provides sustainability services, to faith-based groups. Under his leadership, GreenFaith has developed innovative programs linking religious belief and practice to the environment. An award-winning spiritual writer and nationally-recognized preacher on the environment, he teaches and speaks at houses of worship from a range of denominations in New Jersey and nationwide about the moral, spiritual basis for environmental stewardship and justice. GreenFaith facilitates solar and energy services and financing for the faith sector, and uses the power of religious networks help people from diverse backgrounds put their belief into action for the Earth. A graduate of Princeton University and Union Theological Seminary, he served as a parish priest for ten years and in leadership positions in the Episcopal Church before becoming GreenFaith’s Executive Director.