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  • All We Need Is Less

    Blogpost by Abi Aguilar - March 26, 2016 at 10:55

    Our level of consumption and wastage has reached unprecedented levels, and it is alarming. 

    We are taking more from nature than we give back. This is evidenced by what Pope Francis says in his Laudato Si: “the exploitation of the planet has already e... Read more >

  • We are called to reflect on our purpose and actions toward the environment

    Blogpost by Diah Abida - March 24, 2016 at 9:59

    Today, Maundy Thursday, marks the beginning of Paschal Triduum, which concludes on Easter Sunday. In the liturgical calendar, it is a three-day period for reflecting on the passion, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    The significance of ... Read more >

  • I have always believed that the women’s movement was created because we have so much to give, and not so much for the things we will receive.

    Before the term gender equality was even coined, many women already have made strides to prove that, indeed,... Read more >

  • Love the Oscars? You’ll love these environmental films too

    Blogpost by Shuk-Wah Chung - February 29, 2016 at 16:06

    Rising seas, severe droughts, catastrophic storms, people foraging for food. Sounds like a backdrop for a post-apocalyptic film but this is climate change, and it’s the real-life blockbuster happening right now.

    Whether it’s Al Gore’s An Inconvenie... Read more >

  • Don’t go BEYOND EDSA: Go back to EDSA!

    Blogpost by Angelica Carballo-Pago - February 25, 2016 at 13:01

    Moving on is hard. Especially when the wounds are still fresh, the poor remains poor, and impunity still reigns.

    Beyond EDSA, what have we become? Martial Law was lifted in 1986, and democracy was restored, but it seems like we are trapped in the cyc... Read more >

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