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Ecojesuit Lead Actions to build a better normal

17 December 2020

Ecojesuit contributes to a better normal through its Lead Actions that emerged out of two months of focused dialogues early this year with the six Jesuit Conferences, providing the basis for more solidarity and strengthened collaboration towards integral ecology. Key commitments are taking shape and a new brochure, Ecojesuit Lead Actions to build a...
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L’engagement de l’Ecojesuit dans la construction de la nouvelle normale

10 July 2020

Traduit par le scolastique Gilbert Lasway SJ La vulnérabilité humaine et la dégradation de l’environnement sont mises à nu une fois de plus alors que la pandémie se développe et que la des informations venant des différents pays révèlent la propagation du virus. Nous sommes tous en danger, mais, comme pour d’autres catastrophes, ce...
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Compromiso de Ecojesuit para reconstruir una nueva normalidad

10 July 2020

La vulnerabilidad humana y la degradación ambiental, quedan al descubierto una vez más a medida que crece la pandemia y los registros de los países revelan la propagación del virus. Todos estamos en riesgo, pero, al igual que con otros desastres, siempre son los pobres y los marginados los que más sufren por la...
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Ecojesuit commitment to build back a new normal

10 July 2020

Human vulnerability and environmental degradation are laid bare once more as the pandemic grows and country documentation reveals the spread of the virus. All of us are at risk, but, as with other disasters, it is always the poor and those on the margins that suffer most from society’s continuing neglect, leaving them with...
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Ecojesuit 2018 Annual Meeting: Action for water, the Amazon, and a way forward

15 October 2018

Ecojesuit, the global ecology network of Jesuits and partners seeking to discern an integral ecology as the basis for action, gathered in Leticia, Colombia in August 2018 for its annual meeting.  The meeting sought to update and strengthen the Ecojesuit network to bring about energetic solutions in moving identified ecology themes for collaboration across...
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Connecting and building bridges for justice and action in the Amazonia: Servicio Jesuita a la Panamazonía

31 July 2018

The Amazon region, with an area of 550 million hectares, hosts the world’s largest tropical rainforest, the world’s second longest river and its largest with more than 20% of the entire planet’s flowing water, around 400 unique cultures and communities, and a third of all known terrestrial plant, animal, and insect species.  Along with...
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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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En busca del medio ambiente y la justicia económica en la Pan-Amazonia

31 January 2018

  by Alfredo Ferro Medina SJ La Pan-Amazonia es un territorio que engloba zonas de nueve países con siete millones de kilómetros cuadrados y abarca un tercio de toda Suramérica, el cual está siendo profundamente afectado por: la búsqueda de gas y petróleo, la tala ilegal, la rápida expansión de la ganadería y la...
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Trabajo de los jesuitas latinoamericanos sobre justicia social y ambiental a través del apoyo de comunidades locales y la construcción del conocimiento

15 May 2017

Sergio Coronado Delgado Este artículo explora una posible respuesta a la amplia cuestión de cómo los jesuitas y sus instituciones contribuyen a responder a los problemas ambientales en América Latina, centrándose en el trabajo de los centros sociales jesuitas de la región, especialmente en temas relacionados con la minería.  El argumento principal es que...
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Latin American Jesuit work on social and environmental justice through local community support and building knowledge from below

15 May 2017

Sergio Coronado Delgado This article explores a possible answer to the broad question of how the Jesuits and their institutions contribute to the responses to environmental issues in Latin America, focusing on the work of Jesuit social centers in the region, especially on mining-related concerns.  The main argument is that acute environmental conflicts caused...
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