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Webinar on the proposed Massive Online Open Course on sustainability and Ignatian values for Jesuit universities

30 November 2020

HEST-Cluster on Ecology and Environmental Challenges A webinar on the proposed Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) for Jesuit universities worldwide on sustainability and Ignatian values is scheduled on 17 December 2020 at 17:00-19:00 hrs (Central European Time)/8:00 -10:00 hrs (Pacific Standard Time). There are many courses on sustainability in many universities across the world....
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On the occasion of the postponed COP26: Open letters to the Presidents of the African Union, Council of the European Union, and European Commission, and to the UK Prime Minister

19 November 2020

JCAM Justice and Ecology Office and Xavier Network Committed to following the teaching that Pope Francis set out in Laudato Si’ and to promoting an ecological conversion, Jesuits in Britain, Africa, and in mission and development organizations working widely across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, wrote an open letter to African and European leaders...
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Creating more just and sustainable food systems

17 November 2020

The Jesuit Forum for Social Faith and Justice, the social and ecological justice centre of the Jesuits in Canada, is organizing a webinar on food sovereignty, Food Matters: Creating More Just and Sustainable Food Systems, on 3 December 2020, Thursday, 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm (EST). The global pandemic disrupted supply chains and helped realize our dependence...
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A prayer from Oceania and Asia

16 November 2020

This prayer from Oceania and Asia was shared during a gathering of the Ecclesial Networks Alliance for Integral Ecology on 3 November. It was inspired by Pinanukēdan, a song by the Pulangiyēn tribe in Bukidnon, Philippines that talks about the limits and balances set on our life on earth, from the land and high above the sky.
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Sustainability, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and the ecological turn of the Catholic Church

16 November 2020

Jaime Tatay Nieto SJ On the fifth anniversary of the promulgation of the encyclical letter Laudato Si’ by Pope Francis (2015), a recent article published in the journal Religions on Sustainability, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and the Catholic Church’s Ecological Turn analyzes how environmental issues and sustainability concerns were integrated into Christian social thought over the past...
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The meaning of networking in ecclesial networks alliances for integral ecology

16 November 2020

Pedro Walpole SJ Anyone reading this editorial is in practice participating at least minimally in networking. Networks help people get interested in work elsewhere and share their experiences, but there needs to be commitment to sustain engagement. Ecojesuit has been networking in different forms for the last 10 years and is always looking for...
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Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

29 October 2020
Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

Ecojesuit and the Initiative on Environmental Justice (EJ) and the Common Good of Santa Clara University (SCU) in California, USA, are organizing an online dialogue series on Agroecology for food system change to promote food and agricultural systems for the common good. The first session, to be held on 18 November at 6:30 pm PST (California...
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Indigenous youth voices contribute to global climate action

28 October 2020

During the Global Day of Climate Action, calls from young people, environmental groups, health workers, educational institutions, human rights groups, and other concerned sectors amplified the urgent need to listen to the voices of Indigenous Peoples in responding to the climate crisis. The recognition and protection of Indigenous Peoples’ rights were urgently shared in...
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Youth thoughts on ecology and climate action: An Eco-Bites interview with Ecojesuit Project Manager Brex Arevalo

28 October 2020

Ecojesuit is happy to share this interview of its Project Manager, Brex Arevalo, by Telmo Olascoaga, Junior Ecology Officer at the Jesuit European Social Centre (JESC) that publishes Eco-Bites, the JESC monthly ecology newsletter. This Eco-Bites interview with Brex is the first in a series of stories and aspirations of those who fight for a greener world....
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Promoting training and awareness on climate change adaptation in Macaronesia

21 October 2020

Radio ECCA is a distance and online adult education center that the Jesuits founded and supported by the Canary Islands Government. Radio ECCA implements different activities on climate change education and awareness campaigns in Macaronesia, composed of the Azores, Madeira, and Canaries islands in the north Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Europe and Africa....
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