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Strengthening engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice (Part 2)

15 July 2018

Chad Raphael, Christopher Bacon, and Iris Stewart-Frey of the Environmental Justice Collaborative, Santa Clara University This is a continuation of the previous Ecojesuit article that shared the first four of eight strategies in strengthening an engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice that the Environmental Justice Collaborative at Santa Clara University identified. The Environmental Justice Collaborative...
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Strengthening engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice (Part 1)

30 June 2018
Strengthening engaged scholarship for environmental and social justice (Part 1)

Chad Raphael, Christopher Bacon, and Iris Stewart-Frey of the Environmental Justice Collaborative, Santa Clara University In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis reminds us that “… a true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth...
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Not a roadmap but a trail: Environmental reconciliation with the commons

15 June 2018

Ecojesuit shares the presentation of Pedro Walpole SJ, Ecojesuit Global Coordinator at the Bannan Memorial Lecture Series 2016-2018 organized by The Bannan Institute-Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education in Santa Clara University, 21 February 2018.1 I begin with the challenge we face in finding new ways to change the stranglehold that economic interests have on the...
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Bannan Memorial Lecture 2018: Not a roadmap but a trail, environmental justice in the commons

31 January 2018

The Bannan Institute of the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education in Santa Clara University is organizing the Bannan Memorial Lecture on environmental justice and the common good, Not a Roadmap but a Trail: Environmental Justice in the Commons on 21 February 2018. Pedro Walpole SJ, Coordinator for Ecojesuit, a network of Jesuits and Jesuit...
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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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Global Jesuit work in the environment

30 September 2016

Savarimuthu Ignacimuthu, SJ In a special issue of the Journal of Jesuit Studies, we highlight the works of Jesuits vis-à-vis the environment from the perspective of various regions in the hopes of fostering a fruitful cross-cultural conversation that is needed within the Society. In his discussion of the environmental activities of European Jesuits, José...
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Seattle University’s efforts in campus sustainability and working for environmental justice

15 September 2016

The Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS) at Seattle University welcomed 160 participants at its recently held 2nd biennial Just Sustainability Conference that offered an opportunity for academics and practitioners to share ideas and discuss solutions to shared sustainability challenges.  Participants included faculty, staff, and students, grassroots activists and non-profit organizations, and representatives from agencies...
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The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, Ireland: Responding to the greatest challenge of our age

15 November 2015

Catherine Devitt I come from Glendalough, County Wicklow, located in the east of Ireland.  It’s a place of deep monastic tradition – Saint Kevin settled here in the 6th century – and incredible natural beauty, the valley itself carved out over time by glacial and fluvial dynamics and now home to extensive oak forests dating...
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Changing the story, changing the future: A living economy for a living Earth

15 August 2014

David Korten Who controls the story controls the future. A sign of a profound cultural awakening, the essential elements of a Sacred Life and Living Earth story are beginning to emerge and it is a story with deep spiritual roots. We humans are living beings born of a Living Earth – our home and...
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Listening and accompanying in healing a living Earth

15 August 2014

Pedro Walpole, SJ The groaning experienced over the last three days of the conference Just Sustainability: Hope for the Commons conference is in finding ways to relate with all of life, to more broadly network and communicate and to form new channels of hope and compassion not just with 28 universities, not even with...
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