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Rev. Dr. Neddy Astudillo

AFFILIATION: Center for Climate Justice and Faith

TITLE: Coordinator of the Spanish (online) Climate Justice and Faith Certification Program

LOCATION: Florida, Latin America

LANGUAGE: English, Spanish

EXPERTISE AREA: Climate Change, Environmental Education, Environmental Justice, Hispanic/Latine/a/o Communities, Environmental Faith, Eco-Theology


Rev. Dr. Neddy Astudillo, a Venezuelan-American, is an eco-theologian and Presbyterian pastor working as GreenFaith Circle organizer in the state of Florida and Director for GreenFaith Latino-America. Neddy earned her Doctor of Ministry in “Greening the Church” from Drew University and co-founded the Angelic Organics Learning Center, a farm-based nonprofit organization in Northern Illinois, where people connect with food, farming and caring for Earth.

Neddy has taught eco-theology at seminaries in Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Bolivia and the U.S.; served as editor of the Presbyterians for Earth Care newsletter; has been published in Working Preacher and Earth and Word: Classic Sermons on Saving the Planet, and is co-author of NCCC’s God’s Earth is Sacred: An Open Letter to Church and Society in the United States. In 2017, she coordinated GreenFaith’s Convergence in Rio de Janeiro with Latin American multi-faith partners, a 5-day religious- environmental training program for emerging faith leaders from 18 Latin American countries and 19 different religious and spiritual traditions.


Contact Rev. Dr. Neddy Astudillo at

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