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A Global Advocacy for Climate Justice

As humanity continues to reckon with the impact of the pandemic almost two years after, climate negotiations are sitting in the corner for the past five years, bringing the world to an ecological, economic, and social tipping point. Global commitments are leading us to a path of 3°C of warming, far from the 1.5°C limit that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Reporturgently recommends. And while there is a global health crisis, there is also clearly a global climate emergency that threatens the balance of our household, the oikosThis is a call for a steadfast and hope-filled engagement in COP26.

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The closing of COP26 and the Gospel of Mark

Pedro Walpole SJ With the ending of COP26 and much to work with given the transparency of science that urges...
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COP26 is a reflection on the actions or inaction, the urgency and process for transformational change

Aaron Durnbaugh Was COP26 a success? Was it a failure? Is this just a bureaucratic exercise while the world burns...
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La fe y la ciencia apelan a la COP26: Responder con el conocimiento de la ciencia y la sabiduría de la espiritualidad

autor de la foto: Marcelo Schneider/World Council of Churches   Reverendo James Bhagwan (traducción de Ketler Lysius SJ) Ecojesuit comparte el...
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Appel de la foi et de la science à COP26 : Répondre avec les connaissances scientifiques et la sagesse spirituelle

crédit photo: Marcelo Schneider/Conseil œcuménique des Eglises   Révérend James Bhagwan (traduction par Sch Fala Valery SJ) Ecojesuit partage le discours du...
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COP26: Optimismo, precaución y esperanza

Manifestación por los derechos indígenas y la justicia climática, COP26, Glasgow (Siji Chacko SJ)   Victor Reyes (traducción de Jorge...
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COP26 : Optimisme, prudence et espoir

Rassemblement pour les droits des autochtones et la justice climatique, COP26, Glasgow (Siji Chacko SJ)   Victor Reyes (traduction par...
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Un llamamiento para centrarse en la eco-educación en la COP26

Charles Dhinakaran (traducción de Nubar Jorge Hamparzoumian Herrero-Botas SJ) Los jesuitas en la India piden a los responsables políticos que...
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Hope and faith at the frontiers of COP26: Sharing the journey for change towards climate action and justice for Oceania and Asia

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Un appel à mettre l’accent sur l’éco-éducation lors de la COP26

Charles Dhinakaran (traduction par Sch Fala Valery SJ) Les jésuites en Inde appellent les décideurs politiques à mettre l’accent sur...
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Marche des jeunes pour le climat à la COP26

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COP26: Jesuits call for Ecological Conversion

Jesuits, through Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat – Rome and Ecojesuit, recognize the wrongs that we as human beings have committed against the creation and the planet earth. We call for conversion and invite everyone, especially our leaders not only to make promises and make statements of commitment, but begin responsible action for change.


Information on the Ecojesuit COP26 initiative is available through this brochure in EnglishFrench, and Spanish.

Climate policies and solutions are being discussed, and the call for greater action is focused on these five key points:

Finalizing the Paris Agreement Rulebook that sets rules and guidelines for carbon markets, accounting, and other measures

Ratcheting up Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs), and the climate ambition of every country to achieve net-zero targets

Mobilizing $100 billion yearly in climate finance to developing countries, and shifting to policies for more sustainable economies like the European Green Deal

Highlighting corporate accountability, and enabling means for ‘Loss and Damage’ through the Warsaw International Mechanism

Integrating nature-based solutions in the Paris Agreement Rulebook that have the potential to deliver up to 37% of the cost-effective mitigation required by 2030