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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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Youth in climate action: Loyola 2021 Virtual Annual Climate Change Conference

10 March 2021

The Loyola 2021 Climate Change Conference on 15 to 18 March focuses on how to amplify the voices of youth climate activists who are mobilizing people across the US to protect the planet. The annual conference is held virtually this year through a week-long series of evening events and programming. Each evening, participants can...
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[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...
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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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The COP26 Regional Climate Weeks as collaboration platforms

16 February 2021

To build regional momentum for the annual UN Climate Change Conference, which is COP26 this year in November, and drive forward the regional implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement, the Regional Climate Weeks for 2021 and 2022 are being held and dates announced. In a UN Climate press release, it was shared that the...
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Why engaging with COP26 matters

15 February 2021

Climate change is the continuing crisis the world is experiencing since its discovery in the early 19th century, but any global discussion at this time has to start with COVID-19. These are the two existential crises humanity faces today and the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow in November cannot be put to...
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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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What Ecojesuit can learn from Pope Francis

18 September 2020

On 3 September, Pope Francis met with some ecological experts who are collaborating with the Bishops’ Conference of France on the theme of Laudato Si’. The prepared document for the meeting lays out the formal welcoming message that talks of one single human family and a healthy humanity, while highlighting that during the pandemic, the...
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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...
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Covid-19 and building a new normal: An opportune time for promoting integral ways of proceeding

3 August 2020

Christina Kheng The Covid-19 pandemic, along with prevailing challenges such as climate change, inequality, socio-political divisions, and leadership crises in the church and elsewhere have certain things in common. Not only are they major challenges of our time but more importantly, they call for deep conversion in our fundamental paradigms and ways of proceeding....
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