Caritas is appealing for funds help build farmers’ and communties’ resilience to drought in response to food shortages in Ethiopia.
Caritas and CIDSE say that the UN climate summit in Paris (COP21) needs to respond to the urgency of dangerous climate change but also serve as a milestone for creating a unified vision for the future of humanity leaving no one behind.
Without the leadership of Europe and other industrialised countries, strategies to mitigate climate change will not be successful.
Find here some Caritas resources on climate including films, reports, stories and prayers.
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.
Bishops’ conferences from around the world have appealed for negotiating parties and heads of state to work towards a new international climate agreement.
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.