Bishop. Jose Luis - Swazilanda

Laudato Si’: E-interview with Bishop José Luis Ponce de Leon, IMC.

“There is a need to become aware of the “throw-away” culture that is affecting us all and moving towards a “re-cycle / re-use / repair / refuse (I think particularly of the amount of plastic bags we get at shops… we could do without) / respect” and so many other…

Africa - Caring For )ur Common Home

Africa ~ Caring For Our Common Home

Other continents often admire our African continent because of the natural resources we have been blessed with, like different types of trees, rivers, lakes, mineral and our unique animals. But it is sad to note that many a times, we have failed to take care of these gifts due to…

All Set For The WYD2016 Laudato Si’ Eco-Youth Festival In Poland

The Catholic Youth Network for Environmental Sustainability in Africa (CYNESA), is well represented at the 31st edition of the World Youth Days (WYD), which officially starts on the 25th July, in Krakow, Poland. Team members from Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Burundi will be running the ‘Africa Pavilion’, as part of…

United Nations Environment Assemby UNEA2 - Nairobi, Kenya.

Laudato Si Alive At UNEA 2

The commencement of the events preceding the Second United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA 2) such as the Science Policy Forum (SPF – 19th to 20th May) and the Fifteenth Global Major Groups and Stakeholders Forum (GMGSF – 21st to 22nd May), coincided with the anniversary of Laudato Si released by His Holiness…

Laudato Si Conference - Mining and Agriculture - Zambia

Cardinal Turkson: Intervene in Nature with an Ethic of Care Rather Than a Mentality of Disrespect

The key to making mining an ethical industry, is to “intervene with an ethic of care rather than a mentality of disrespect, or even violence”, said Cardinal Turkson, Monday, in his key note speech, at the ‘Laudato Si’ Conference’, underway in Lusaka, Zambia. Cardinal Turkson, who is the President of the Pontifical…

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