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In this Encyclical, I would like to enter into dialogue with all people about the potential for an “ecological catastrophe under the effective Every effort to protect and improve our world entails profound changes in “ lifestyles, models of .. they bear the loss of the lives they have left behind, without enjoying.
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What would happen if you didn’t drink water? - Mia Nacamulli