Ecostream is an online resource and reference system developed as part of Ecojesuit’s commitment to the Jesuit mission on Reconciliation with Creation.

Since 2015, it has been a platform for sharing ongoing initiatives in ecology and sustainability.

With the development of the Ecojesuit themes which are five ecological priorities for an integral ecology developed during the Ecojesuit gathering in Bonn in November 2017, Ecostream is focusing its contents on these five Ecojesuit themes:

  • Disaster Risk Reduction and Water
  • Energy and Fossil Fuel Divestments
  • Organic Farming and Land Use Change
  • Lifestyle Initiatives using Sustainable Development Goals from Local to Global
  • Education and Solidarity

A wide array of online brochures, articles, and other publications are available, meticulously organized into dozens of sub-themes.  Links to partner organizations and a directory of hundreds of Jesuit higher education institutions classified according to the six Conferences is also provided.

By communicating the actions and advocacies of Jesuit institutions and communities around the world, it is hoped that Ecostream will generate and contribute to dynamic discussions on ecological concerns, help institutions engage in new activities and learn how others are taking action, lead to active links and partnerships for more effective and innovative solutions to heal Our Common Home, and result in the much deeper process of personal and social transformation.


  1. Daniel says:

    Very good initiative! I did not know about it! Do you post only in English?

  2. Dineshkumar says:

    Dear Sir,

    I , as a citizen of India, a resident of Mumbai city wish to bring to your

    kind notice the wanton cutting down of trees all over Mumbai. Also if we notice

    carefully we find that an entire row of trees are drying up there are other trees in

    the same same vicinity, same variety, but are flourishing. Being a layman I have

    noticed it while on my visit to various parts of Mumbai. What measures can help curb this brutal cutting down of trees.


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