Including concern for nature, justice for the poor, commitment to society, and interior peace, in an integrated community response.
Suitable for a range of community settings including parishes, schools, religious communities and families.
Helps communities integrate environmental, social and spiritual mission. Centred on love of God.
Engages communities in the Church’s Laudato Si’ goals allowing an exploration of integral ecology.
Integrates ecological and social action into our communities synodality.
Can be used to infuse care for creation into any project or program, fitting into the ‘see’ of a see-judge-act-framework.
Identifies what is already being done well. Calls for celebration.
Identifies what needs to be done better. Helps identify a direction for action.
Developed to be fully compatible with and encourage the use of existing awards and programs.
Builds community and helps form teams.
Can be used as an ecological and social audit or assessment.
Integrates ecological and social action into our communities synodality,
Identifies what is already being done well. Calls for celebration
Beautifully printed packs ready to help your community get started.
Print at home digital version.
Are you interested in re-producing these posters in another country or language?Please get in touch via the contact page with “licensing” in the subject.
Read a sample from the facilitators handbook on how to use the posters to get your community started on their integral ecology journey, or use them to rejuvenate projects, integrating concern for nature, justice for the poor, commitment to society, and interior peace, into existing projects.These posters are designed as a tool to use integral ecology as a focus for any group listening or survey. You can use them however you like. We have made some suggestions in the facilitators handbook.
We have created a spreadsheet and word document in the same format as the posters to help your community to keep track of their Journey.
We also invite you to submit your community’s responses to the poster activity. Why? Because it allows us to find great projects to encourage others, it allows us to see where there are trends in problems that we face (and try to find solutions to those problems together), and to help build support networks. It helps us have an idea of where we are on our communal journey to 2030.
Large poster for display and wider community engagement. It can equally be used to engage people who are unable to attend a meeting, draw attention to the mission, and display your parishes findings with pride or a steely determination to do better.
A smaller focus poster and cards for a group activity. This is the same as the A2 poster in a format suitable for group discussions.
A4 12 page facilitators guide includes:.
Getting StartedFind a Local Network
BUILDING A CARING COMMUNITY
-Outdoor Spaces–Appreciating Nature–Parish Allotment–Wildlife Garden
-Getting to Church
-Systemic Change–Political Action
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The Journey to 2030 is managed by the Ecological Conversion Group, Registered Charity in England & Wales, No: 1197384