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November 8th, 2017

What are the Pope, Cardinal Turkson and scientists saying about the action and transition needed?

What are the Pope, Cardinal Turkson and scientists saying about the action and transition needed?

Catholics, Capitalism and Climate – Cardinal Turkson interprets Pope Francis Cardinal Turkson’s Address on the Moral Challenges to Business and Society Cardinal Turkson’s comments at Davos, on Business Cardinal Turkson stresses importance of business embracing the common good rather than profit Rising risks face by those in the Americas advocating for land, territory and environment […]


November 6th, 2017

Jerry Brown calls for more faith, prophecy, and combining it with the technical and the scientific and the political to bring about the societal shifts needed

Jerry Brown calls for more faith, prophecy, and combining it with the technical and the scientific and the political to bring about the societal shifts needed

Californian governor says climate change problem goes beyond Trump; Jerry Brown tells Vatican event religious leaders need to become more involved. La Croix International editorial staff, Vatican City, 6 Nov 2017 Governor Jerry Brown and other members of President Barack Obama’s Climate Task Force busy discussing climate change and California’s drought at a media conference February […]


November 6th, 2017

DeChristopher delivers sobering climate talk, says the false assumptions that people hold about their relationship to nature are central to apathy about climate change.

DeChristopher delivers sobering climate talk, says the false assumptions that people hold about their relationship to nature are central to apathy about climate change.

By Josh PURTELL OCT 26, 2017 Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher came to the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science on Tuesday to speak about the current state of the environmental movement. DeChristopher, the co-founder of the Climate Disobedience Center, spoke about popular perceptions of environmentalism, focusing on the ways in which people make sense […]


October 31st, 2017

Catholic contribution to the intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights

Catholic (CIDSE, FOCSIV, Trocaire, et al) Contribution to the Open-ended intergovernmental working group on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights for their third session, 23–27 October 2017 CIDSE welcomes the elements for the international legally-binding instrument on transnational corporations and other business enterprises with respect to human rights (hereafter referred to […]


October 31st, 2017

The Makings of a More Human Economy: We must now forge an ambitious but common-sense design of an economy purposed to benefit the 99 percent, not the one percent.

By Winnie Byanyima  An ambitious new Commission on Global Economic Transformation cochaired by Michael Spence and Joseph Stiglitz launches. I am honoured to join it on behalf of Oxfam. The Commission heralds a new confidence about the rules and governance our global economy needs. “Far from rejecting globalisation, we need governments to cooperate with each other – and […]


October 31st, 2017

Thank you, CIDSE, for your work on landgrabbing, extractive industries, indigenous rights, agro-ecology and the shifts we need for care and justice!

We are very grateful for CIDSE’s continued work in the important area of care of the earth, people, and carbon reduction through agroecology! The Telegraph 19 October 2017 This month, from 25 – 27 October, CIDSE will participate in the First Agroecology Europe Forum, to be held in Lyon, France. Agroecology Europe is an association which […]


October 30th, 2017

Catholic International Peace Award goes to Zodevite, the Indigenous Movement of the Zoque Believing People in Defense of Life and the Earth

As Pope Francis has stated, the extractivist model is not sustainable. The problem of the extractivist model is an ethical problem which invites us to think, as described in Laudato Si’, of a single world and a common project with shared responsibilities and differentiated contributions By Josh McElwee, NCRonline.org, 25 Oct 2017 The global Catholic peace […]


October 30th, 2017

Food ruined by drought could feed more than 80m a day, says World Bank

From the World Bank, in The Guardian, 24 Oct 2017 Bank calls for water to be treated as valuable resource as study into impact details lack of water’s devastating lifelong scars on children By Larry Elliott The food produce destroyed by droughts would be enough to feed a country with a population the size of Germany’s every day […]

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