- Oct 29, 2020
Pope Francis believes that the human person is not immune to crises but always impacted by them. Being better or worse after each one, he’s often said, is “up to us.” With that in mind, the Vatican’s COVID-19 coronavirus crisis task force is identifying what needs to be changed.
Climate justice, human rights and sustainable development aren’t usually the subjects with which you want to play around, but that’s just what’s happening in Ireland.
Kenya’s Catholic bishops prayed for the more than 100 people who have died in flooding, landslides and mudslides since October.
A negligent and selfish culture of food waste is fueling the global hunger crisis, damaging the lives of individuals and preventing the progress of all people, Pope Francis said.
One of Taiwan’s leading solar energy companies has found a natural ally for their ecological agenda in the Vatican under Pope Francis, who is widely known for his environmental advocacy.
Despite pledges to fight greenhouse gas emissions, The United Kingdom has spent 60 percent of its support for energy in developing countries on fossil fuel industries, according to a new report.