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Youth education for climate, preparing for a lifetime challenge

5 May 2021

Ecojesuit shares this article originally published in Magis Americas as part of their initiative to invite different people and organizations as guest writers on specific topics. In this case, the conversation is on “climate education, the role of the youth, its understanding as a lifetime challenge and the need to focus on the process,...
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Voices from the margins and the cultures for recognition and reconciliation

23 April 2021

In a recent virtual side event to the 20th Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Jason Menaling, from the Pulangiyēn community in northern Mindanao, Philippines, was asked to discuss on climate action and adaptation initiatives by Indigenous Peoples. As a voice from the margins, he shared his insights gained from his...
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Earth Day 2021 and critical climate actions and events

22 April 2021

Ecojesuit shares the UN Climate Change news for Earth Day 2021 for updates on critical climate actions and events taking place. Climate actions wherever they are happening are critical especially with the findings of the Emissions Gap Report 2020. The report states “that a brief dip in carbon dioxide emissions caused by COVID-19 pandemic...
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Organic gardening as a work of heart

5 April 2021

Sister Ma Lani Saligumba ACI Home gardening has become a popular initiative among households in the Philippines affected by lockdowns due to the pandemic. It is particularly interesting because Filipinos who had little or no interest in home gardening are growing herbs and leafy greens in their balconies and backyards. This is a wonderful...
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Indigenous as guardians of ecological services

15 March 2021

Today is a celebration of Sacred People, Sacred Earth, and we, the indigenous youth here in Bendum in northern Mindanao, Philippines, put together an image of how we see ourselves as guardians of our ancestral domain and its ecological services. In this image are some of the leaves, around 150, of different forest species....
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Being all these women to green the heart of our world: An ecological reflection on International Women’s Day

8 March 2021

Sue Martin Each year, International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect on my place in the world. Respecting that I live on Darug land where ancestors cared for our common home for thousands of years, what is my place? Well, I am a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, friend, colleague,...
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Sacred People, Sacred Earth: 11 March is multi-faith Day of Climate Action

18 February 2021

GreenFaith International Network GreenFaith International Network is coming together with global partners for a multi-faith Day of Climate Action on 11 March 2021 to call for bold and immediate action on the climate crisis. The theme is Sacred People, Sacred Earth, which is shared below along with the Position Statement. We are united by...
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Ecodiagnostic starts in Casa Velha

1 February 2021

Pedro Franco I am part of a group from the Associação Casa Velha called Atravessados, in honor of the village of Vale Travesso. In Atravessados, we set ourselves to meet one weekend a month at Casa Velha. We pray together and collaborate in the mission, whether on the farm or in the local community,...
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Stories from the missionary sisters on their threatened homelands in the Pacific

3 December 2020

Ecojesuit shares these stories on the impacts of a changing climate in the Pacific islands from the Missionary Sisters of the Society of Mary who have been in the Pacific since 1845, and living and working today in Asia Pacific and Oceania such as Bougainville, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Caledonia, Vanuatu,...
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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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