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Comprendre les forêts et les sécheresses en Asie-Pacifique

15 December 2015

Kumiko Kubo et Rowena Soriaga (Traduction de Christian Ndoki, SJ) La sécheresse est une catastrophe rampante, lente au début et presque aussi lente à la fin. Son début et sa fin sont difficiles à identifier. Pour les personnes qui dépendent fortement des ressources naturelles pour leur survie, les effets cumulatifs des catastrophes peuvent être...
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Conocimiento de los bosques y las sequías en Asia Pacífico

15 December 2015

Kumiko Kubo y Rowena Soriaga La sequía es un desastre creciente, que empieza lentamente y casi igual de lento para terminar y tanto su inicio y terminación son difíciles de identificar. Para las personas que profundamente dependen de los recursos naturales para una vida, los efectos acumulativos de los desastres pueden ser devastadores. Los...
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Understanding forests and droughts in Asia Pacific

15 December 2015

Kumiko Kubo and Rowena Soriaga Drought is a creeping disaster, slow to begin and almost as slow to end and both its onset and termination are difficult to identify. For people who deeply rely on natural resources for a living, the cumulative effects of disasters can be devastating. Farmers living in or near forests...
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RECONCILING WITH CREATION

8 April 2015

“Reconciling with Creation” is a resource book for those interested in learning more about the ecological dimension of the Jesuit mission. The publication is an effort of the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific (JCAP) and the Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC), one of the institutes providing support to the conference’s work on ecology....
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