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Input-Output Conference 2010

Sulufaiga Uota

I have worked in the Ekalesia Kelisiano Tuvalu (mainline church) in the country for almost a decade. My role focuses mainly on developing programmes as well as coordination. The institution’s mission is for the Spiritual life of the people. I provide Bible Studies for women as well as young people.

When I was in Australia for studies, I developed an interest in Feminist Ecological Theology since my country is vulnerable to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise. My interest was mainly to explore possible ways of sustaining our islands from the impact of CC and Sea Level Rise and using feminist ecological perspective/s.

I had opportunities to share my experiences with university students and communities whilst in Sydney. The sole purpose of accepting invitations for presentations was that I trust when more people hear about the situation that small island nations are facing they will be more cautious about their daily activities and the impact they might have on people living in small island nations around the world.

At the moment I am devising programmes that enlighten our church members as well as those living in local communities; to sustain their good stewardship of creation. And in this manner, we run programmes/ workshops such as rehabilitating and sustaining the trees that are grown in the islands for weaving; managing of waste; as well as encouraging gardening around their houses.

I am looking forward to learning from each and every one of you who are going to form the Sustainable Islands programme.

Sulufaiga Uota

For further information please contact

Prof Manfred Lenzen
ISA, A28
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
+61 (0)2 9351-5985
[email protected]