“… what seems glaringly missing is the question of the moral demand or rightness of not only changing land access and relationships, but of repairing the hurt, misery, brokenness, and trauma of a people often violently ripped from their land for generations. In a country trying to repair a most odious crime against humanity –…
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For two consecutive years, the combination of El Niño, the failure of seasonal rains, and the impact of Climate Change across East and Southern Africa is limiting food production and increasing hunger and malnutrition. 17 countries are affected, with a minimum of 39 million people suffering food insecurity.  The 17 countries are: Angola (1.2 million); Burundi (3…
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  Famous landmarks will be turning off their lights for Earth Hour this weekend. The annual, global celebration of the planet marks its 10th year in 2017. WWF’s annual event sees people and organisations worldwide switch off their lights for one hour to show support for action on climate change Eco-Congregation Ireland has sent the…
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Our Mission

The Society of African Missions is a missionary society of priests and brothers dedicated to the proclamation of the Good News in Africa and to peoples of African origin. 

As part of the SMA commitment to Climate Justice, we present here the work of photographer Camille Seaman who specialises in capturing the beauty of icebergs. In this illustrated TedTalk Camille shows the world the complex beauty of these massive, ancient chunks of ice.

It is sad to think that if we allow Global Warming to continue at its current rate, by the end of the 21st Century icebergs will be a thing of the past.

We invite you now to dive in to Camille Seaman’s photo slideshow, “The Last Iceberg.”



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