IN Network Producer Molly explores the topic of Eco-Justice, a blend of sustainability and human justice, for Earth Day. Here’s how 3 different Catholic organizations from across the world have taken up this cause. *correction: The dates of St. Ignatius’ life are from 1491 – 1556 (Wikipedia)
Happy Earth Day Everyone! We met up with the LIONS Club at Loyola Marymount University for the 1 year anniversary of their sustainable garden. In this video, you’ll meet with both administrators and students who are taking an active role in raising awareness of sustainable living on LMU’s campus.
An early adopter of “green technology,” Loyola Marymount University installed 15 new electric vehicle charging stations across its campus using grant funds. We talked to staff members about the use of this alternative fuel on campus.
IN Network visited Loyola Marymount University’s LIONS Sustainable Garden – and learned how their garden takes the Ignatian value of Social Justice and applies it to growing food & connecting with local communities.
Where does God fit in the global conversation on climate change? A year after the Pope’s encyclical on the environment and the release of the Islamic Declaration on Global Climate Change, one Christian and one Muslim discuss faith, science, and how they’re united by a mutual concern for the environment. To read the Pope’s encyclical, […]
Visit The Vatican Observatory Foundation website The Vatican Observatory Foundation is the fundraising arm of the Vatican Observatory. The VOF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization incorporated in 1986 in the state of Arizona to support the scientific and educational endeavors of the Vatican Observatory, including the maintenance and modernization of the Vatican Advanced Technology Telescope […]