June 18, 2015

Caritas and climate change FAQs

By |18 June 2015|

The world’s poorest people are being hit hardest by climate extremes. Typhoons and floods destroy entire communities, damaging homes and property. Drought, erratic rainfall, or unpredictable growing seasons lead to smaller harvests, or no harvests at all--leaving millions hungry.

Caritas awaits Pope Francis’ ecology encyclical

By |11 June 2015|

Caritas is excited about the arrival of the encyclical. The theme chosen by our confederation to guide our work for the next four years is One Human Family, Caring for Creation. It lays the path for defending human dignity, building a peaceful coexistence between peoples and for safeguarding and caring for creation.

Common myths on climate change

By |10 June 2015|

The climate has changed throughout the earth’s history but the huge changes happening to our climate today are not due to natural causes.

March 3, 2015

Caritas supports Church network to protect the Amazon

By |3 March 2015|

A Church network to protect the Amazon has been officially launched at the Vatican with the support of Caritas.

January 25, 2013

Curse or blessing of natural resources in Papua New Guinea

By |25 January 2013|

Many in Hela believe they will see their traditional way of life gone forever but will not receive their fair share of the profits. Suspicion that others are getting a better deal is rife. People fear corruption or favouritism. Tension is high, optimism low.

November 20, 2012

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    Giving it away: the consequences of an unsustainable mining policy in Colombia

Giving it away: the consequences of an unsustainable mining policy in Colombia

By |20 November 2012|

Read a report on the issues around unsustainable mining in Colombia prepared by ABColombia, an advocacy group which includes Caritas member organisations Sciaf, Trócaire and Cafod.

April 24, 2012

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    Goldman Environmental Prize goes to Caritas Philippnes director

Goldman Environmental Prize goes to Caritas Philippnes director

By |24 April 2012|

Our very own Fr. Edwin Gariguez, executive secretary of the National Secretariat for Social Action-Justice and Peace (NASSA is Caritas Philippines) and a prominent activist against mining in his country, has been awarded the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.

September 8, 2010

Facts about land justice in Brazil

By |8 September 2010|

The Caritas Brazilian Bazaar project is also supporting the campaign with urns at each of its businesses – artisans and small, family-based farmers among others.

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