New ways towards integral ecology:

five years after Laudato Si’

Castel Gandolfo, Italy, 23-25 October 2020



The environmental crisis represents one of the most urgent and critical problems of our times. In 2015, Pope Francis launched his encyclical letter Laudato Si’ emphasizing the need “to enter into dialogue with all people about our common home … before it is too late”. At five years since its publication, we would like to look at the impact of this document on the contemporary world and the new ways explored towards an Integral Ecology. These new ways explore a relational view of ourselves and of the natural world, of which we are an intrinsic part, and how we relate with nature from the ethical, scientific, societal and even theological points of view.

Nature breaks limits

Rome, 20-22 April 2018

Conference Room at "I Gigli della Montagna" - Via Monte Senario, 81 - Rome

Reflections over how geographical, natural, technological limits may turn into springboards for a sustainable future to human beings and their environment.

EcoOne Youth Ecological School


Learning to look with new eyes at the person-nature relation


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Appeal for Nature and Humanity

Urged by the stances of our leaders – remember, for example, the establishment of the Day of Prayer for the Protection of Creation (Patriarch Demetrio, 1989), the Evangelical Climate Initiative (2006) and the encyclical Laudato Si’ (Pope Francis, 2015);

In recognition of the debt that we, the people of ancient Christian tradition, have contracted with the poor of the Earth and future generations due to the pollution of the Biosphere, mainly caused by our irresponsible progress in the recent past centuries;

Aware that the alarm for climate change may become an opportunity for a novel integral development of all people;

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