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The Brazilian coastal community that stood united against a mega-thermoelectric plant

The year 2018 ended with a great celebration for the community of Peruíbe, in the Southeast region of Brazil. Home to around 64,000 people,...

Aerogel from plastic bottles offers superior fire protection & carbon dioxide...

A group of researchers at the National University of Singapore, have created an inexpensive way to convert plastic bottles into a lightweight aerogel that...

SC Johnson and plastic bank team up to address the global...

SC Johnson is announcing a new partnership with Plastic Bank, one of the leading organizations working to reduce the global crisis of ocean plastic,...

Ang Banal na Espiritu at Ang Simbahan

“Pagkatapos, hiningahan niya ang mga ito at sinabi sa kanila, ‘Tanggapin ninyo ang Espiritu Santo.’” (Jn 20:22) Ang ikatlong persona ng Banal na Santatlo ay tinatawag na...

Good Governance Rooted in Love

The Seal of Good Local Governments (SGLG) is a mechanism which tracks the performance of local government units (LGUs). It has 6 basic elements:...

Living the Gospel: A Culture of Giving

Taking on another’s pain Our family was shaken to the core by the suicide of my brother. Life was never the same again for us....

Good politics at the service of peace

1. “Peace be to this house!” In sending his disciples forth on mission, Jesus told them: “Whatever house you enter, first say, ‘Peace be to...

The Key to Equality and Peace

Peace – Is peace of such great interest today? Yes it is, of course, and perhaps more than ever before. Not only because dozens...

Saving Food for the Hungry

Regarded as one of the fastest growing economies, India is a country which is racing toward constant improvement in life expectancy, literacy rates and...

Escaping Hunger

According to the latest estimates more than 440,000, of the more than 2 million and 300 thousand people, who fled Venezuela from 2014 until...
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