Posts Tagged ‘Ecology’

Throwing statues in the Tiber

TweetA hatred of the unfamiliar is endemic to humanity. It is part of our fallen nature. Instead of trying to assess a situation in terms of the people affected and […]

Towards a Resilient and Sustainable European Economy

TweetWe are faced not with two separate crises, one environmental and the other social, but rather with one complex crisis which is both social and environmental. Strategies for a solution […]

The Role of Consumers in the Circular Economy

Tweet“Our most pressing challenge is keeping our planet healthy. This is the greatest responsibility and opportunity of our times. I want Europe to become the first climate-neutral continent in the […]

Climate Change – more than an ecological issue

TweetClimate Change is one of the most dangerous existential menaces the world has ever faced. Its repercussions go well beyond global warming – which is one of its consequences – […]

Sacred, Polluted Rivers

TweetSince ancient times, the South Asia region has welcomed different religions and cultures. Today, the region includes countries like India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh which dazzle with their socio-cultural diversity. The […]

Eco-Bites Editorial

TweetYour editor is from Dublin, Ireland, a city of approximately one million people. The city of Harare in Zimbabwe is more than four times that size and in recent weeks […]

Africa, drought, and Europe

TweetCharles Chilufya SJ, Social Delegate for Africa, tells about what is happening on the continent of Africa in relation to drought, the work of Jesuits and the threads that link […]

Marching matters

TweetA day of marches around the world is being organised by Laudato Si’ Generation, the youth branch of the Global Catholic Climate Movement. This year has been an extraordinary one […]

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