Lyndsay Moseley

Lyndsay Moseley


Holy Ground


Holy Ground
A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation

Edited by Lyndsay Moseley and the staff of Sierra Club Books

Religions worldwide celebrate Earth's abundance and sustenance, and call on humankind to give thanks, practice compassion, seek justice, and be mindful of future generations.

Lyndsay Moseley is director of advocacy for the American Lung Association’s Healthy Air Campaign. Lyndsay has a decade of experience in climate, energy, and air pollution policy and working at the intersection of faith, public health, and environmental concerns.

She previously served in positions with Sierra Club, the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, Georgetown Community Church, and the Energy, Environment and Resources Center at the University of Tennessee. She has a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Tennessee; a bachelor’s degree in public policy from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; and a certificate in spiritual formation from Wesley Theological Seminary.

Lyndsay is the co-editor of Holy Ground: A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation (Sierra Club Books, 2008).

Areas of Expertise

  • Creation care and environmental stewardship
  • Energy and environmental health policy
  • Advocacy
  • Vocational discernment
  • Forgiveness and reconciliation

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