An Ignatian Blog on Worldwide Environmental Challenges

On the occasion of the COP 15 meeting at Copenhagen, the Ignatian Network on Environment starts up this blog. José-Ignacio Garcia and Jacques Haers, both Jesuits active at OCIPE in Brussels (Belgium) will offer food for thought and discussion. We hope that readers will actively participate and share their own opinions and ideas.

  1. Malesabe Makgothi
    December 11, 2009 at 3:42 am

    A prayer: Lord I pray that there be concensus at this meeting. May the leaders of all the nations be openminded and openhearted to lead all to a better safer stable environment. Amen

  2. Godfrey DLima
    December 4, 2010 at 8:38 am

    Research into viable methods of sustainable agriculture and propagation of these methods will impact environment and climate more positively than any other strategy – apart from the gains of political advocacy

  3. atoy salazar, sj
    January 14, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    several times we have heard nature cry out with a message it is trying to convey to us. the tsunami in aceh, typhoon ondoy and peping in the philippines, volcanic eruptions in indonesia,massive floodings in brisbane, landslides in australia, changing patterns of weather and climate all over the globe…

    when will we listen and dialogue with the creation we were created to be stewards of? are we simply going to sit back passively and watch all these events unfold and not find the connection to what nature is trying to tell us?

    i believe we have the capacity to listen. more than that, we have the capability to do something…

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