After more than a dozen years as editor of Worldviews, the baton has been passed to Professor James Miller of Duke Kunshan University. It has been a memorable period, marked by the adoption of the Paris Climate Accord, growing global awareness of environmental issues, and a rising sense of the importance of voices from the world's religions to encourage change for the better. At the same time, especially through Worldviews, we have learned of the enduring difficulties such as extractive mining in the Philippines, the stubbornness of some religions to get involved with environmental activism, and the overwhelming allure of neo-liberalism. Through the disciplines of theology, anthropology, geography, as well as religious and literary and philosophical studies, we have explored a range of methods and approaches, with contributors from all continents except Antarctica. Of particular importance has been the good work of the many editorial assistants, graduate students at Loyola Marymount University, including Viresh Hughes, Nadia Pandolfo, Amy Osborne, Abbie Britton, and Catherine Weiss. Our readership is in good hands with Dr. Miller, who will ensure the success of the journal moving forward.