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The missing part in the European Green Deal

Editorial June 2021   A circular economy will require a transformation of everyday life. Few will argue with this statement but this particular truism needs closer...

The Threat of Climate Change and the Pope’s Response

“Today’s ecological crisis, especially climate change, threatens the very future of the human family.” Pope Francis (2019)1 Human Security as Humanity’s Survival: The Threat of Climate Change...

Laudato Si’ week 2021

Editorial May 2021 Six years ago Laudato Si' spoke of Sister Earth ‘crying out.’ By issuing a call to dialogue on our common home, it...

Season of the Resurrection

It is not easy to celebrate the season of the Resurrection. The actual event on Easter Sunday has a certain excitement but the interaction...

Ethics and sustainability

We are living not only an epoch of change but a change of epoch. Digital and technological innovations are creating a huge range of...

Greening trade without a carbon tax

“This could become the mother of all trade issues if not handled right.” (R. Morningstar, Feb 2020)1 Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM): A Nonviable but Prospective Instrument...

A Conversation with Charles Dhinakaran

Meeting our Eco-friends: Manager at the Conference Development Office of the Jesuit Conference of India and South Asia, Charles Dhinakaran joins our interview series to...

A Conversation with Xavier de Bénazé

Meeting our Eco-friends: Recently been appointed Laudato Si' delegate at the French West Europe Province, Xavier de Bénazé talk with us about how the Society...