Nancy C Tuchman, PhD My colleagues in the sciences at Loyola University Chicago’s (LUC) Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES) spend much of their time researching
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Premio Razón Abierta para Sanar la Tierra
Sanar la Tierra (Healing Earth en ingles), un libro de texto en línea de acceso libre en ciencias ambientales, ética, espiritualidad y acción para estudiantes
Expanded Reason Award for Healing Earth
Healing Earth, a free-access online textbook in environmental science, ethics, spirituality and action for upper level secondary school students, beginning college and university students, and
Una conversación sobre el cambio climático y sus respuestas, la comunidad y la justicia social, la juventud y la esperanza
Ecojesuit comparte esta breve entrevista de radio con Worldview en WBEZ en Chicago, Estados Unidos, donde el anfitrión Jerome McDonnell habló con Pedro Walpole sobre
A conversation on climate change and responses, community and social justice, youth and hope
Ecojesuit shares this brief radio interview with Worldview on WBEZ in Chicago, USA where host Jerome McDonnell spoke with Pedro Walpole on climate change and
Struggling for climate justice in our common home
Climate justice as human justice is the main theme of Loyola University Chicago’s fourth annual Climate Change Conference on 16 to 17 March 2017 titled
Local witness and global awareness
For the Jesuits, local witness and global awareness are calling many individuals, and the Society of Jesus as a whole, to do new work on the front lines of the ecological crisis.
This work looks very different at times. Fr. Amalraj Chinnapan helps communities in Myanmar to find housing and restore their livelihoods after cyclones while Fr. Pedro Walpole uses research at the Environmental Science for Social Change in the Philippines to help communities make safe plans for when the urban poor are relocated. Fr. Jim Profit of the Ignatius Jesuit Centre in Canada helps develop new retreats that enhance our spiritual understanding of our relationship with our environment.