It’s not a regional effort, it's a global effort. And, it’s adaptable to deal with the different manifestations of global environmental problems, rather than just the parochial, regional, North American centric perspective.

Chris Peterson, Professor, Loyola University Chicago, "We know the science. Healing Earth discusses that science with an ethical sense in a local context. It raises questions beyond the scientific realm, and it goes deep into our own hearts as to who we are and what needs to be transformed, both within us and within the students.

It challenges us."

Pedro Walpole, Director for Research, Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC), Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Quezon City, Philippines"Part of the power of this endeavor is that we're tapping into the expertise of scientists, ethicists and theologians around the globe.

It’s not a regional effort, it's a global effort. And, it’s adaptable to deal with the different manifestations of global environmental problems, rather than just the parochial, regional, North American centric perspective.

Chris Peterson, Professor, Loyola University Chicago, "We know the science. Healing Earth discusses that science with an ethical sense in a local context. It raises questions beyond the scientific realm, and it goes deep into our own hearts as to who we are and what needs to be transformed, both within us and within the students.

It challenges us."

Pedro Walpole, Director for Research, Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC), Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Quezon City, Philippines" />
It’s not a regional effort, it's a global effort. And, it’s adaptable to deal with the different manifestations of global environmental problems, rather than just the parochial, regional, North American centric perspective.

Chris Peterson, Professor, Loyola University Chicago, "We know the science. Healing Earth discusses that science with an ethical sense in a local context. It raises questions beyond the scientific realm, and it goes deep into our own hearts as to who we are and what needs to be transformed, both within us and within the students.

It challenges us."

Pedro Walpole, Director for Research, Environmental Science for Social Change (ESSC), Ateneo de Manila University Campus, Quezon City, Philippines" />

Loyola University Chicago

International Jesuit Ecology Project