moved here

Posts Tagged ‘ climate action ’

A commitment from the Ignatian family for climate justice, COP26 and beyond

22 April 2021

The Ignatian family, with its collaborators and partners, comes together in this collective statement, Towards COP26: Advocating for Climate Justice, A Commitment from the Ignatian Family, (English | Español | Français | Italiano) to change and for change, an awakening at a time of massive global challenges that upended all spheres of human life...
Read (Leer más) »

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...
Read (Leer más) »

[email protected] website: Seeking greater climate ambition and local-global collaboration

25 February 2021

Ecojesuit launches the [email protected] website, an online platform to encourage learning and develop meaningful and collaborative engagement towards COP26, the annual UN Climate Change Conference to be held in Glasgow, UK from 1 to 12 November. Negotiations around the Paris Agreement have lagged since its signing in COP21 in 2015 when countries agreed to...
Read (Leer más) »

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...
Read (Leer más) »

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...
Read (Leer más) »

tUrn Climate Weeks: What role does the artist play in climate action?

3 September 2020
tUrn Climate Weeks: What role does the artist play in climate action?

Brex Arevalo For contemporary dance and theatre artist Kristin Kusanovich, going into climate action from the arts is a “natural leap” as great art has the power to move people into action and artists are critical in creatively communicating climate science and inspiring change. As a theater and dance senior lecturer in Santa Clara...
Read (Leer más) »

Ecology in the COVID-19 crisis: Ecojesuit seeking a dialogue for change

27 May 2020

There is anticipation of a new normal as the world tries to get back on its feet from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic that has reached to date a staggering 5.5 million cases of infection, 346,000 deaths, and 2.2 million recoveries in 188 countries. We are challenged to make this recovery a new...
Read (Leer más) »

Climate change and conflict in Africa: The message to the Amazon Synod in Rome and COP25 in Madrid

13 December 2019

Rigobert Minani Bihuzo SJ The relation between climate change and conflict need to be addressed by the Church and COP 25. This is one of the messages of the Ecclesial Network of the Congo Basin Forest (Réseau ecclésial du Bassin du Congo or REBAC) to the synod in Rome and COP25 in Madrid. One of...
Read (Leer más) »

Religions facing the challenge of climate change

13 December 2019

Jaime Tatay SJ The Ministry for the Ecological Transition of the Government of Spain raised the possibility of organising an interreligious dialogue round table in the context of the COP25 in Madrid and on 12 December, representatives of four major religions met in the IFEMA Convention Center for a roundtable discussion on the Role of...
Read (Leer más) »

Non-state actors promoting and collaborating on local knowledge and initiatives for climate action

9 December 2019

Pedro Walpole SJ We are here at COP25 Madrid for climate action, recognizing the scientific knowledge, the state of political inaction, and the call for greater peace in a world where conflicts are growing. While recognizing the important role of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) as a valuable inter-governmental platform and...
Read (Leer más) »




Follow by Email