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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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Mapping ecological conflicts

15 March 2014

Paula Sendín Many countries are affected by multiple ecological conflicts, often generated by the increasing demand for energy and natural resources. To spatially illustrate these ecological conflicts globally and the spaces of resistance, the Environmental Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade (EJOLT) project launched the Atlas of Environmental Justice, an online interactive online mapping platform...
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