This report focuses on the progress Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) have made toward the six environmental SDGs 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, and 15. Activities intersecting with SDG 4 are also assessed. FBOs are uniquely positioned to make progress toward the SDGs. Nearly every religious, indigenous, and spiritual tradition teaches a moral obligation to protect the planet. Aside from these moral considerations, however, are some very compelling statistics.Did you know that faith-based organizations control 8 per cent of the Earth’s habitable land, 5 per cent of commercial forests and 10 per cent of financial institutions? Well, they do, which gives them a potentially outsized role in the battle to combat poverty, reverse environmental degradation and limit climate change, say experts. The potential aggregate impact of faith-based organizations on sustainable development is immense says Iyad Abumoghli, director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Faith for Earth initiative. To highlight this impact, UNEP in collaboration with the Parliament of World’s Religions, United Religions Initiative and Bhumi Global, recently published this report. It cites numerous examples of how faith-based organizations are helping to safeguard the environment and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.