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Water is life: Reflection for Laudato Si’ Week 2020 and beyond

8 June 2020

Sue Martin During Laudato Si’ Week 2020, the Australian Jesuit Province put out a challenge for all to learn, pray and take action for the sake of all of God’s creation. I took that challenge and reflected each day on one chapter of Aqua fons vitae-Orientations on Water: symbol of the cry of the...
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Sustaining environmental stewardship at Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview

31 August 2014

Sue Martin The Environment Committee of Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview in New South Wales, Australia organized a tree planting activity with a group of geography students last 10 to 11 August at the Yamagalli property in Harden that lies in the region’s southwest slopes. The activity was coordinated closely with Ms Trish Murphy, one...
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Earth Hour breakfast 2014 at Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview

15 April 2014

Sue Martin The 2014 Earth Hour breakfast at Saint Ignatius’ College (SIC), Riverview in Sydney, Australia gathered together about 200 people for a very busy morning of linking, learning, and sharing. The breakfast gathering included students, staff, parents, and environment leaders from 26 schools from all over Sydney. There were also members of the...
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Schools collaborate and deepen relations around their river catchment: Lane Cove River Catchment Day, Australia

31 March 2013

Sue Martin Since 2011, we have held during Water Week the annual Lane Cove River Catchment Day, a combined project of the schools of the Lane Cove river catchment team where whole group and small group activities are held based around local catchment issues.  The Lane Cove river catchment is 95.4 square kilometres and...
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