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Sustainability development in schools, Hong Kong

31 March 2013

Pedro Walpole, SJ Sustainability is something that many schools in Asia Pacific are developing.  Schools are seeking to find ways to inform and involve students as well as teachers, parents and others to have shared responsibility of the environment. Schools visit other “green” campuses to see what are practical and sustainable for their own...
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Growing a green campus

16 December 2011

Iris Legal Growing a green campus is a new frontier for many Jesuit education institutions.  From Healing A Broken World (HBW), the recommendations initially focus on Jesuit lifestyle and institutions, with the first recommendation as a good starting point that “Jesuit communities and apostolic works are invited to discern the management of our own...
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Higher Education Institutions in Spain and Sustainability

11 November 2010
Higher Education Institutions in Spain and Sustainability

On October 15th a meeting was held at the Pontifical University of Comillas-Madrid by several members of UNIJES (Spanish Jesuit Institutions of Higher Education) under the theme of “Natural Resources and Sustainability”. This was a preliminary meeting in order to assess the possibilities to establish a permanent working group in the framework of UNIJES....
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