I wonder if it’s even possible to say something new on climate change. There’s so much material available about it already, dissecting the issue from every angle
Climate change affects us all. We share this beautiful gift of the Earth.
World leaders, scientists, and more will be gathering in Lisbon, Portugal to from June 27 – July 1, 2022 to deliberate on “scaling up ocean action based on science and innovation” to “conserve and sustainably us the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.”
Following the adoption of the Agreed Conclusions by the Commission many Member States made statements which included the phrase ‘historic’ describing the content of this response to the priority theme.
Studies have shown that it is women and girls who are disproportionately affected by climate change.
COP26 climate summit was considered as the last hope for the world to take more ambitious and bold climate pledges to reduce global warming to 1.5 degree Celsius.
The summit, which will see more 190 world leaders, representatives of civil society and businesses will focus on “Uniting the World to Tackle Climate Change”
As Vincentians we must also look at the effect on our fellow residents of this planet who are amongst those living in poverty.
As we examine the urgent need to address climate change, I’d like to look at how it is affecting Canada.
Last week, it didn’t matter what faith you follow...when the President of the United States made the decision to withdrawal from the Paris Agreement regarding climate change, it sent waves of disapproval and disappointment across the nation. Below are a few responses...
As Pope Francis reminds us, persons living in poverty are most affected by climate change. Here’s an opportunity to advocate for them (and our world) in the spirit of Laudato Si and in faithfulness to our Vincentian charism. Save the Planet! I am sure many of you have...
Sr. Teresa Kotturan, (second from right) U.N. representative of the Sisters of Charity Federation attended the Paris climate change meetings, held Nov. 30 to Dec. 12. It is with great joy that what she witnessed will now be signed in a ceremony at the United Nations....