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climate change
September 08, 2021
Pope Francis has united with Orthodox and Anglican leaders to urge people everywhere to “eat, travel, spend, invest and live differently” in an attempt to save the planet from destruction. In their first ever joint statement, the Pope joined Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I to plead with people
April 22, 2021
Pope Francis calls on world leaders "to act with courage, to act with justice and to always tell the truth to the people, so that people know how to protect themselves from the destruction of the planet, how to protect the planet from the destruction that many times we trigger."
January 22, 2021
In a joint statement, bishops of the USCCB expressed "hope" that the United States will become the global climate leader after President Biden decided to rejoin the Paris climate accords.
December 03, 2020
A total of 110 countries, including The European Union, Japan, the United Kingdom, and China have already joined the coalition.
October 04, 2017
However, it is expected to take several years to accomplish
June 02, 2017
Bishop Cantú said the move would 'harm the people of the United States and the world'
May 22, 2017
President Michael D Higgins presented Pope Francis with a commissioned sculpture to signify a 'call to action' on climate change
November 15, 2016
The Pope wrote a message a United Nations convention on climate change
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