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Developing ecological awareness at Saint Xavier’s College Kolkata

31 July 2015

Ecojesuit recently spoke with Dr Xavier Savarimuthu, SJ, head of the Department of Environment Studies at Saint Xavier’s College Kolkata in India who organized the Saint Xavier’s Global Earth Summit IV  last March 2015 and who shared the outcomes from the conference and the various water security concerns  tackled during this year’s summit. How...
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Water security discussion during the Global Earth Summit IV in Kolkata, India

15 April 2015

Xavier Jeyaraj, SJ Water security is an essential element of human and environmental security and extractive industries that continue to contaminate water, land, and air threaten the public health, especially that of local communities and the environment. In a presentation on extractive industries and water conflict at the Saint Xavier’s Global Earth Summit IV-International...
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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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