Energy Justice and Creatio

Last week the CEES hosted another Energy Justice CONFERENCE in Boulder, Colorado. The key participants included Dr. Kandeh Yumkellah, Director General of UNIDO and Senator Tim Wirth, as well as Dr. Lakshman Guruswamy and Dr. Christian Brugger among others. Jose Ambrozic participated in one of the panels representing Creatio, along withs Jason Prapas who collaborated on a project […]

Away on Missions

Just like Andy in the picture, Creatio Missions is ready to get its hands dirty again. I will be away on a mission to Brazil until late August, so sparse posts until then. For now, enjoy the last video from Onebillionstories on the last Peru missionary interview and a picture of how service can bring […]

Kony 2012, Africa and development

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc] Much has been posted on the famed Kony 2012 campaign, with it’s 100 million hits, supporters and critics. The video begins with the premise of a new form of media allowing for a grassroots revolution. The fall of the campaign shows the double edged sword of modern media, with the same voices able to […]

The Energy Challenge of 2012

The UN has declared 2012 as ‘International Year of Sustainable Energy for All’, which officially kicked off yesterday: Senior United Nations (UN) officials on Monday called on governments, the private sector and civil society to help expand energy access, improve efficiency and increase the use of renewables. As the ‘International Year of Sustainable Energy for All’ kicked […]

Pope Benedict XVI on Education and Climate Change

Recently Pope Benedict XVI gave his annual address to the Holy See diplomats. The common thread of the speech focused on the youth, the importance of education, and the state of world affairs. The Pope highlighted the importance of the family, religious freedom, world peace, and at the end dedicated a section on the environment, […]

Vatican on 7 Billion

Below are some words by the Vatican on the 7 billionth baby, by Fr. Frederico Lombardi. The full article by CNA can be seen here. There is also a discussion of what this means for the population controversy here. Below an excellent illustration by NPR, who I never thought I could publish on this issue, […]

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