"God, meet Synthia. Synthia, this is God."
"It's life Jim but not as we know it."
Biofuels - a burning issue
Book Review - Judgement day: The struggle for life on earth
Christianity and the ecological crisis: ‘lament, hope and action’
Dignity and the Environment
Editorial – Speaking Truth to Power: Youth Urge Action on Climate Change
Editorial: Bioethics and Politics: The Axing of the Bioethics Council, Toi te Taiao
ERMA and Ethical Issues
Ethical Criteria Outlined for Use of Genetically Modified Organisms
Ethics and The Treaty of Waitangi
Genetically Modified Foods: Some Issues
Greta Thunberg Will Save the World: A Response to Damien Grant
Guest Editorial: Morality and Reality
Laudato Si’ – On Care for Our Common Home
Living with Dystopia
New Organisms and Other Matters Bill 2003
New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference Oral Submission to the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification
Pope Francis on avoiding environmental catastrophe
Reading and Re-reading Laudato Si’ – Combining Realism and Optimism with Ethics, Science and Faith Jim McAloon [Synopsis only]
Report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification : A Via Media
Respect Life Sunday Pastoral Letter – Care for Our Environment NZ Catholic Bishops Conference
Submission to the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification
Synthetic Life: Playing God? No, Not Yet.
The Genetic Engineering Debate
The Genetic Symphony
The Royal Commission on Genetic Modification: Not the Whole Answer?
This Changes Everything, Capitalism vs the Climate.
Toi te Taiao: Use of Human Genes in Other Organisms
Wake Up to the Fierce Urgency of the Now
We won’t save the Earth with a better kind of disposable coffee cup
Xenotransplantation: A Spiritual Perspective
Xenotransplantation: A Summary of the Theological and Anthropological Aspects
Xenotransplantation: Issues and Challenges