Ecological Justice

PWRDF Indigenous Community Development Coordinator visits UNB

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Dr. José Zárate and Bishop David Edwards chat during the World Water Day ceremony at St. Mary’s First Nation in Fredericton.

This story was originally posted on Diocese of Fredericton enews and is reposted here with permission. Ready to board his flight back to Toronto, Dr. […]

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Tsunami Files #18: A Garden in the Sand

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The 2004 tsunami had long-term effects on the land around the village of Periathazhai, India. All the soil was washed away and the ground water […]

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Eco-Agriculture in Sri Lanka

Asia Pacific Stories, Ecological Justice, Featured, Sri Lanka, Stories by Region
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Subhramanyam and his wife Marudai live on a 750 square meter plot in Maeskiliya, Sri Lanka.  500 square meters of their homestead is used as […]

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Ecumenical Conference on Mining Final Statement

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PWRDF staff and volunteers were part of the Anglican Church of Canada’s delegation to the Ecumenical Conference on Mining which took place from May 1-3 […]

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PWRDF Partner in Sri Lanka wins recognition for its work on Sustainable Ecological Agriculture

Asia Pacific Stories, Ecological Justice, Featured, Sri Lanka
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T. M. J.  Sarath Fernando, the Moderator of PWRDF partner agency Movement for National Land and  Agricultural Reform  (MONLAR) in Sri Lanka has been awarded […]

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Water plays vital role on World Environment Day

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We turn on the tap a dozen times a day, always expecting and receiving relatively pure, treated water. We use it to drink and cook, […]

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Carbon Fast for Lent

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The issue of global climate change was front and centre in national media, on the web and in conversations across Canada and around the world […]

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