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Divestment: Investing in Creation – Video

15 May 2018

Divestment : Investing in Creation from Andres Ignacio on Vimeo. Movements to divest from fossil fuel investments in different parts of the world is gaining momentum.  With 70 percent of the carbon driving climate change coming from the use of fossil fuels globally and sustained by 90 corporate and state entities.  These carbon majors...
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Calendar

22 February 2018

Month ● Holy Days        ● Key Eco-Social Dates       ● Ecojesuit Dates   JANUARY 14-17 ● Preparatory Meeting of the Task Force on Environment and Economic Justice of the International Association of Jesuit Universities – Rome, Italy 26 ● Ecojesuit Webinar 28-31 ● JCAP Social Apostolate core group meeting – Melbourne,...
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Living Laudato Si’: A Spirituality for Action Workshop

31 January 2018

The Reconciliation with Creation program of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) is organizing a series of Living Laudato Si’ workshops in Mindanao this year to contribute to the formation of apostolic communities of practice capable of reconciling with creation.  By bringing together the experiences of Jesuits and justice, of communities of practice and...
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Seeking environment and economic justice in the Pan-Amazonia

31 January 2018

  by Alfredo Ferro Medina SJ Pan-Amazonia is a territory that encompasses areas of nine countries with seven million square kilometers and covers a third of all of South America.  The future of the planet depends a lot on the Amazon basin.  The future of all human beings also depends on our taking care...
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Bannan Memorial Lecture 2018: Not a roadmap but a trail, environmental justice in the commons

31 January 2018

The Bannan Institute of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education in Santa Clara University is organizing the Bannan Memorial Lecture on environmental justice and the common good, Not a Roadmap but a Trail: Environmental Justice in the Commons on 21 February 2018. Pedro Walpole SJ, Coordinator for Ecojesuit, a network of Jesuits and Jesuit...
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What happened during storm year 2017

15 January 2018

Storms and typhoons in the Philippines during 2017 went without massive disruption this year until 11 December when Tropical Storm Urduja (international Kai-tak) struck, followed by Typhoon Vinta (Tembin) and Tropical Storm Agaton (Bolaven) in the first days of 2018. These storms came slow and heavy with rain, along a more westbound path (not...
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Indigenous communities and international development cooperation at COP23

15 November 2017

Cecilia Calvo and Pedro Landa In the opening days of the COP23-Fiji in Bonn, we listened to many challenges facing our common home and contributing to climate change, including the destructive impacts of an economy of exclusion.  The destruction of the Amazon which Pope Francis has called the ‘richly biodiverse lungs of our planet,’ the...
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Fiji faith communities call for bold action: The COP23 Multi-Faith Charter

31 October 2017

With support from the COP23 Presidency, a group of faith-based organizations in Fiji, with their communities and leaders, came together to draft and promulgate the COP23 Multi-Faith Charter, in which they commit to do more to help address the effects of climate change within their own faith communities, as well as make specific calls...
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Expanded Reason Award for Healing Earth

31 October 2017

Healing Earth, a free-access online textbook in environmental science, ethics, spirituality and action for upper level secondary school students, beginning college and university students, and adult learners, received the Vatican’s Expanded Reason Award (Premios Razón Abierta) on 27 September, an award that celebrates and promotes “academic innovations… to broaden the horizons of reason.” Theology Professor...
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Learning from Indigenous Peoples in Guyana: Relationships matter

31 October 2017

Joel Thompson SJ New ways of relating to the earth and to each other are needed.  Dialoguing with indigenous peoples provides a way of broadening our imagination while working with those who will be most affected by environmental change.  “Christian spirituality proposes an alternative understanding of the quality of life, and encourages a prophetic...
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