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De Terris, Aquis et Aeribus: 
Laudato Si’ 5-years on…

Friday, March 26, 2021 @ 11 AM (EST)
to learn more about 
Laudato Si’ and how it is a critical component on the future of environmentalism.

Laudato Si’ is now 5-years old and has captured the imagination of people worldwide. Pope Francis continues to raise awareness of the need to take care of this Common Home. Laudato Si’ came at a crucial time when the nations of the world were negotiating the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. It is a great inspiration to policy makers and people of all faith, and is increasingly shaping public policy and public discourse. As biodiversity loss and climate change loom in the midst of the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, this symposium looks to Laudato Si’ to understand how interfaith, inter-generational dialogue and fraternal unity continue to be key for the care of the Common Home.
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Click here to learn more about Laudato Si’ and how it is a critical component of the future of environmentalism.
Event Starts: 
March 26, 2021 @ 11am EST
Event will be held via WebEx.
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His Excellency
Cardinal Peter K. A. Turkson 

Prefect, Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development Vatican 

Mr. Satya S Tripathi
Assistant Secretary-General Head of the New York Office,

United Nations

Mr. Marco Mari
President, Green Building Council, Rome, Italy
Dr. Juan Chebly 

WFP (World Food Program) Latin America (St. John’s University Alumnus)

Dr. Luca Rosi 
Istituto Superiore di Sanita, Rome, Italy

Friar Joseph Blay
OFM Conv.

Climate Justice Activist, Ghana, Africa (St. John’s University Alumnus)

Adv. Monica Mhatre 
Waste Management Activist, India (St. John’s University Alumna)

Ms. Cristina Parenti 
Mechanical Engineer for Sustainable Development, Rome, Italy

Mr. Edmund Klimek 
Architect for Sustainable Development, USA (GDSJ Student, St. John’s University)

Ms. Julia Theilen 
Communication and Climate Change, Germany (St. John’s University Alumna)

Ms. Natalia Guendel Bueno 
ICM Graduate Student,
St. John’s University, NY
Dr. Basilio Monteiro
Associate Professor,
St. John’s University, NY

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