Religions enable humans realise their responsibilities to act, to listen, and to speak on behalf of the silence, vulnerable, deprived and excluded who are the hit hardest of climate change. Asserting scriptural mandates, ritual practices and daily life experiences, my informants emphasise the moral and ethical dimension of climate crises. They agreed that the environmental crises, losses of bio-diversity, eco-system failure, and climate change harsh impacts are the manifestations of underlying sustaining causes of humans mind i.e. selfishness, greed and indifference. To address these aforementioned problems humans need to be transformed spiritually, religiously and culturally. Similarly,my interview showed that religions do not only arouse ethical responsibility but also enable to take actions against climate injustices by supporting the affected. Religious institutions provide support connecting the local victims into their larger network. With larger social network capital religious institutions build resilience to the victim and local eco-system. They, in conclusion, focus religions inspiration to bio-centric and eco-centric ethics besides anthropocentric. Humans do not only have responsibilities to other human but equally nonhuman sphere too. Religions motivate humans‟ behavioural change for the sustainability of environment, creating a just and fair inclusive/participatory society where every member enjoys sufficient sustenance being together. What scientists, economists and politicians‟ lapse that religions fill up.