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bgreen ecological film festival in Portugal

30 November 2012
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Sofia Mendes Now on its third year, the bgreen ecological film festival  is an ecological video competition in Santo Tirso, Portugal that aims to raise the youth’s awareness to environmental issues through encouraging and awarding the production of video spots focusing on four themes: educational, environmental, audiovisual, and social. The past two years drew...
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We hope in people

21 June 2012
Inicio de la conferencia organizada por la UNDP, "Beyond GDP: Measuring the Future We Want"

Patxi Álvarez, SJ This Rio+20 Conference is an exhibition of countless groups coming from all over the world that aspire to bring a humane life while protecting the environment.  They demonstrate on the streets, they can be found near prime ministers at the official conference and they organize many public activities showing their local...
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The Storybook Effect at Jesuit Service Cambodia

18 January 2012
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The Storybook Effect is part of the education program at the Jesuit Service Cambodia, producing storybooks for children which are then distributed to mobile libraries throughout rural villages in different provinces in Cambodia such as Phnom Penh, Kandal, Kampong Speu, Kampong Chhnang, Siem Reap, Battambang, Sisophon, and other areas. Recently, the latest storybook was...
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God is no argument for ecological claim

24 October 2011
Natural disasters. Photo Credit: raccems.files.wordpress.com

Peter Knauer SJ, 76, has been a professor of fundamental theology at Sankt Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology in Frankfurt, Germany and is now working as pastor of the Spanish-speaking community in Brussels, Belgium. He is a well renowned theologian and in this occasion Peter shares with Ecojesuit his vision on the...
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