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Ecojesuit supports climate emergency declarations

15 June 2019
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Ecojesuit strongly supports the recent declaration of a climate emergency by Pope Francis and his appeals for urgent collaborative action to this global challenge, with hope and with care and where young people and businesses take leading roles along with greater political action. The message of Pope Francis is clear and direct. He expresses...
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Pope Francis declares climate emergency, asks energy and investment executives for a just and radical transition to clean energy

15 June 2019
“Queridos amigos, ¡el tiempo apremia! Las reflexiones deben ir más allá de la mera exploración de lo que se puede hacer y enfocarse en lo que se necesita hacer, de hoy en adelante. No podemos permitirnos el lujo de esperar a que otros se adelanten, o dar prioridad a los beneficios económicos a corto plazo. La crisis climática requiere de nosotros una acción específica ahora mismo y la Iglesia está totalmente comprometida a hacer su parte.” (Papa Francisco, 14 de junio de 2019) Foto de: Vatican Media

Pope Francis recently addressed participants from the global energy and investment sector at the Vatican Dialogues organized by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and the University of Notre Dame.  During the summit titled The Energy Transition and Care for Our Common Home: A Dialogue on Risks, Opportunities, Challenges, and Paths from 12 to 14...
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Energy CEOs sign joint statements at the Vatican on carbon pricing and climate risk disclosures

15 June 2019
Finalizing the joint statements at the Vatican Transition Dialogue (Photo credit: theelders.org

Chief executive officers (CEOs) of major energy corporations and investment fund organizations, along with other institutions, signed joint statements on carbon pricing and climate risk disclosures, after a two-day summit and a meeting with Pope Francis who declared a climate emergency. This gathering, titled the Vatican Dialogues on The Energy Transition and Care for...
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Energy transition and corporation transformation: Climate responsibilities of business

15 June 2019
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There is a growing movement that seeks the reduction of emissions by corporations, emerging from the resistance to the growing power and influence that corporations have over the products that the world consumes. In particular, the energy sector has billions of dollars in investments and capital and has the potential to stop the use...
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Casa Velha: When spirituality and ecology come together

15 May 2019
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Ana Catarina André (translated from Portuguese by Madalena Meneses)  Casa Velha is a 67-hectare farm in Vale Travesso, Ourém municipality near Fatima in Portugal.  Some Atravessados members – a group of 18 young people who volunteer there once a month – prepare to plant some leeks, lettuces, zucchinis, cabbages. “You can start with the...
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Fridays for climate in Madrid

31 March 2019
Students in Madrid, Spain joined the global call for school strikes for climate on 15 March. Photo credit: J Tatay

Jaime Tatay Nieto SJ Two weeks ago, a group of graduate students at Universidad Pontificia Comillas approached me and invited me to join the Fridays for Future climate change demonstration, a student-led protest started last August by Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager.  They knew I was part of a group of teachers trying to...
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Religions and SDGs

31 March 2019
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Valeria Méndez de Vigo Organized by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and the Pontificate for Interreligious Dialogue at the Vatican on 7 to 9 March 2019, the International Conference on Religions and Sustainable Development Goals  brought together representatives of different UN agencies and cardinals, leaders of the Catholic Church and other religions...
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Some thoughts and learnings from the Integral Ecology conference, with video

31 March 2019
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Cecilia Calvo I share some of my thoughts on what emerged from the International Conference on Integral Ecology: A synodal response from the Amazon and other essential biomes/territories for the care of our common home recently held at Georgetown University in Washington DC, USA. Emerging from the conference were the following: 1. An affirmation of...
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World Water Day 2019: Action for water in a world of increasing water crisis

15 March 2019
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From the vast oceans and rivers around the world to the organs and cells in our bodies, water connects us all. Access to safe and drinkable water is a basic and universal human right. Though it is indispensable for life and our inherent dignity (Laudato Si’ 28-30), we continue to experience many challenges regarding...
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Religions and the SDGs: The injustice that brings tears to our world and to its poor is not invincible

15 March 2019
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Ecojesuit shares the address of Pope Francis to participants at the International Conference on Religions and Sustainable Development Goals held at the Vatican from 7 to 9 March 2019. I greet all of you gathered for this International Conference on Religions and the Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainability and Inclusion When we speak of sustainability, we cannot...
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