Sign the statement of various faith-based and environmental organizations, and other concerned groups and individuals, to express our grave alarm over the lifting of the ban on issuing licenses for new mining operations by the Office of the President.
Updated Handbook on Sustainable Development Goals and Laudato Si’
PRESS RELEASE: Living Laudato Si’ Philippines (LLS) is set to launch their latest handbook on sustainability entitled “Sustainable Development Goals and Laudato Si’: Towards Eco-Solidarity,” on April 22, 2021, Thursday, through the online Philippine Earth Day Celebration in partnership with the Earth Day Network Philippines Inc. and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) at 3:15 PM, Philippine Standard Time.
500-step stairway rise for 500 Years of Christianity in PH, Care for Creation highlighted
PRESS RELEASE2 April 2021 ROMBLON, Philippines - In a newly inaugurated religious complex in the...
Laudato Si’ Featured Member of the Week: Dr. Peter Nitschke
“I always believed that faith is about conservation and healing. I want to contribute to the healing of the planet and be a testimony that Christianity provides a powerful answer to the challenges of our times when people put that faith into action.”
Statement on Typhoon Ulysses
The human environment and the natural environment deteriorate together; we cannot adequately...
First “Living Chapel” in Asia rises in Romblon
PRESS RELEASE / 07 November 2020On a hill of prayer in Central Philippines, a “living chapel”...
Faith group commends new coal plant moratorium; calls for just transition to renewable energy
By John Leo AlgoQUEZON CITY - Living Laudato Si' Philippines (LLS) commends the new moratorium of...
[FEATURE] LLS Gamechanger: Brex Arevalo – Sustainability and Spirituality
If you are part of a faith-based organization or advocating for the SDGs, there’s a big chance you...
Community Action: Response to the Ecological Crisis
In this Season of Creation, Fr. Amado L. Picardal, CSsR shares with us how the Redemptorist Mission Team encouraged community action to respond to a local ecological crisis.