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Exploring pathways to sustainable food and nutrition, consumption, and livelihoods: An independent dialogue for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021

12 April 2021

Through the mechanism of the Independent Dialogue of the UN Food Systems Summit to be held in September 2021, genuine contributions from the community level can be obtained. In the Philippines, the Ateneo de Manila University, Xavier University, and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network are hosting the Independent Dialogue for the UN Food Systems...
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The many concerns of food security today

5 March 2021

Pedro Walpole SJ Three global dialogues on interwoven global concerns are taking place, at the core of which is the growing food insecurity in many parts of the world. First, there are new numbers for Covid infections and deaths as vaccinations start to roll out in many countries. With this, Covid continues to reveal...
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Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

29 October 2020
Agroecology for food system change: A dialogue series on land, life, and livelihood

Ecojesuit and the Initiative on Environmental Justice (EJ) and the Common Good of Santa Clara University (SCU) in California, USA, are organizing an online dialogue series on Agroecology for food system change to promote food and agricultural systems for the common good. The first session, to be held on 18 November at 6:30 pm PST (California...
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Ecojesuit hosts Laudato Si’ event and fair in Bonn during COP23

15 October 2017

Ecojesuit is hosting a dialogue Laudato Si’ – Environment as Relationship at the sidelines of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC-COP 23 Fiji)  which will be held in Bonn, Germany under the Presidency of Fiji from 6 to 17 November. The Ecojesuit-hosted half-day event on 13 November will be held at...
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Zero hunger, food security, improved nutrition, and sustainable agriculture (SDG 2)

15 January 2017

It is disconcerting that in the 21st century, hunger remains a second priority when talking about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – after eradication of extreme poverty, one of the main causes of hunger. The hunger problem, it would seem, should have been almost overcome, or is experienced only in pockets in certain areas of...
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10 things about El Niño 2014: Downgraded as a minor event but response needs to be upgraded

15 September 2014

Pedro Walpole El Niño is a weather changer for much of the world. As we understand a little more of this phenomenon that begins in the tropical Pacific Ocean but reaches all continents through changes in the atmosphere and jet stream, we are learning to adapt. El Niño was declared earlier this year and...
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