EYCE’s 2011-2013 Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice comes to join the global movement towards greater environmental awareness and responsibility on how we live.
The environment is one of the most, if not THE most, challenging concern for contemporary society. It is clear that climate change is affecting the entire planet. How is an ecologically responsible way of thinking and living linked to wealth and poverty? To migration? How does the lack of natural resources caused by climate change trigger military conflicts and violence? Background EYCE’s Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice comes to join the global movement towards greater (…) Read on →
Mairon G. Bastos Lima, on behalf of the Campaign Coordination Team: From the Greek words oikos (house) and logos (reason), ecology is the study of our home. Our home, in this case the Earth, is composed of ecosystems that amount to the biosphere and which perform a number of functions that sustain life as we know it. Those functions include (1) the provision of goods that we can view as resources (foods, water, sources of (…) Read on →
Welcome on the page of the The Leaf! It is an important part of EYCE’s Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice alongside with other awareness raising materials. EYCE is planning to publish two editions of The Leaf per year. The magazines will highlight the yearly thematic focus of the campaign, for example theological or political perspectives of ecological justice, links between ecology, economy or politics or sustainability. You will find a great variety in the content (…) Read on →
Making EYCE More Sustainable “We must become the change we want to see in the world” – Ghandi Have you ever thought of how much you can really influence people around you, your neighbourhood, your country and maybe even the world? The best way to bring about a change of something you care about is to truly believe in it and act as a good example. In terms of EYCE’s Campaign to Promote Ecological (…) Read on →
The work of the campaign is organised by the Campaign Coordination Team (CCT), which is a group of young ecumenically-minded people who are volunteering for the EYCE’s Campaign to Promote Ecological Justice. The main tasks of CCT include strategic thinking about the Campaign’s content and implementing the ideas both at the office and Member Organisations level. The CCT is a colorful blend of personalities, nationalities and interests. The work of the CCT is supported by (…) Read on →