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Joseph's Oratory, Montreal December 4, Thomas Berry.
Members of the Anglican Church of Canada have asked their church for reflection and action on climate change and encourage members of other faith communities to do so as well. Letters and replies will be posted. Here is a beginning list of resources from faith communities from large bodies like the World Council of Churches to local parishes. Please send further examples, from all faith groups, for posting.
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Statement by Faith Communities. Faith Communities. More details here.. Present key debates focus on how is the debt going to be paid back. First, some academia have pushed for financial debt cancellation rather than being paid for ecological damages and then paying back the country's national financial debt. However, financial debts were not even agree by people in developing countries especially in the first place, calling it the unfair " Volcker debt".
Accepting this option could hold the risk of giving legitimize credits to these financial debts.
It consists on regular cash payments to everyone in a community or country and has proven a certain efficacy in some places around the world like Namibia. Researchers have tackled this risk by showing how it will expand the inclination of objectifying, monetizing and ultimately commodifying nature.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In: Bravo, E. We the peoples of the south are ecological creditors". History, meaning and relevance for environmental justice". Cali: Fipma y Cela. Deuda Ecologica in Spanish. Retrieved Ecological debt: embodied debt. Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice. London: Pluto Press. Thara Srinivasan; et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Bibcode : PNAS.. London: Pluto Press , p. Chapter 3: Habitation versus Improvement.
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