Ecological Justice

PWRDF grants $5,000 to Episcopal Relief and Development for Hurricane Harvey

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Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with dioceses throughout the affected areas in Texas and Louisiana as they assess the ongoing impact of Hurricane Harvey and prepare to respond. Photo Episcopal Relief and Development

On Friday, August 25, Hurricane Harvey roared ashore near Houston, Texas, leaving in its wake more than four feet of rain, catastrophic and widespread flooding, […]

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Faith-based organizations gather to find solutions for the Horn of Africa

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Will Postma speaks at a special conference of the All Africa Conference of Churches in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo courtesy AACC

Joanna Patouris is the Climate Change Communications Coordinator for ACT Alliance On June 28 and 29, members of the ecumenical family along with national and […]

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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

Asia Pacific Stories, Ecological Justice, Food Security Stories, Tsunami Files, Uncategorized, Women Stories

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

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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