November 24, 2015

Caritas tackling root causes of Ethiopia food shortage

By |24 November 2015|

Caritas is appealing for funds help build farmers’ and communties’ resilience to drought in response to food shortages in Ethiopia.

How climate change impacts people’s fundamental rights

By |24 November 2015|

Without the leadership of Europe and other industrialised countries, strategies to mitigate climate change will not be successful.
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    Caritas resources on climate – videos, stories, reports, prayers

Caritas resources on climate – videos, stories, reports, prayers

By |23 November 2015|

Find here some Caritas resources on climate including films, reports, stories and prayers.
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    Caritas wants an eco-friendly green light from Paris climate conference

Caritas wants an eco-friendly green light from Paris climate conference

By |20 November 2015|

What Caritas wants from COP21 is very simple: that world leaders reach a binding and just agreement to reduce gas emissions which will then be introduced in national law.

Oceania on the frontline of climate change

By |17 November 2015|

Global temperatures averaging almost 1oC above normal. For people in some parts of the world, this might still seem like a technical measurement, or a future concern. For us in Oceania, it is rapidly becoming a matter of life or death.

Paris climate conference COP21- Frequently Asked Questions

By |17 November 2015|

World leaders will meet in Paris from 30th November – 11th December 2015 to agree a new climate change deal. Caritas will be there and calls for a legally binding climate agreement.

October 26, 2015

Church calls for action on climate change at Paris summit

By |26 October 2015|

Bishops’ conferences from around the world have appealed for negotiating parties and heads of state to work towards a new international climate agreement.

September 29, 2015

Food, war and Caritas at EXPO 2015

By |29 September 2015|

Caritas wants you to think about food: where it comes from, how to make sure everyone’s got enough and of the right quality, its ability to bring us together and its essential role everyone’s lives.
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    Catholic organisations launch dialogue at the UN to influence upcoming climate negotiations

Catholic organisations launch dialogue at the UN to influence upcoming climate negotiations

By |22 September 2015|

Caritas Internationalis and CIDSE have organised a high-level dialogue at the United Nations to make sure the faith voice rings out strong and clear in the run-up to the Paris COP21 climate summit in November.

Prayer for the Care of Creation

By |1 September 2015|

World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation is a time for individuals to examine their lifestyles and the way they impact the environment. Please watch a film to mark the day.

July 10, 2015

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    Cardinal Tagle’s message to the Caritas confederation on Laudato Si’

Cardinal Tagle’s message to the Caritas confederation on Laudato Si’

By |10 July 2015|

Caritas is the living Word of God in the poor communities of the world. It is a free-flowing river of love and hope which nourishes and has an enormous natural power to bring about change.

June 23, 2015

Refugees from Burundi find shelter in Rwanda

By |23 June 2015|

Burundians have fled political violence to neighbouring countries like Rwanda, where Caritas is helping them by providing food.

“On the care of our Common Home” gallery

By |18 June 2015|

Pope Francis’ new encyclical is an urgent call to debate the issue of human ecology and our relationship with the environment. It is called “Laudato Si’, On the Care of our Common Home”.
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    Pope Francis plans for radical change in encyclical on caring for our common home

Pope Francis plans for radical change in encyclical on caring for our common home

By |18 June 2015|

“What kind of world do we want to leave to those who come after us, to children who are now growing up?” asks Pope Francis in his first encyclical, as he offers a positive plan to tackle climate change, inequality, poverty and exclusion.

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.

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