Persons of faith who are looking for ways to put their convictions to work on behalf of the environment will find a variety of suggestions in this simple yet wide-ranging list from a Presbyterian minister and earth care activist. Whether one wishes to take political action, lead a congregational initiative, or make personal changes, “Eco-Action” offers plenty of possibilities. Its bullet-point format with embedded web links allows access to lots of information in a relatively small space. For example, one ministry idea is to plan an Earth Day observance, with a link making Earth Day resources instantly available. Individuals urged to consider a “green funeral” can go directly to more information. There are also links to interfaith, ecumenical and denominational resources, making Eco-Action a helpful tool for individuals, leaders and groups from well beyond its Presbyterian roots.