Climate change is affecting the most vulnerable in Zimbabwe. But while it’s strong, there’s something more powerful: the voices and the will of the people of Zimbabwe who want change and are working hard to make it, despite obstacles. This is their story.Read more...
Laudato Si' - Our Common Home and the Effects of Climate Change
WHEN IS WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2022?
Every day, we witness the effects of the changing climate on poor and vulnerable people around the world. Farmers we serve are losing their crops due to erratic rainfall or warm temperatures. Families we serve are struggling to keep their homes as the water around them rises.
In Laudato Si’, we are reminded that it is our responsibility to care for the earth –- our common home. Below, we share stories of the effects of climate change on our brothers and sisters overseas. We invite you to visit often for these resources, and for updated stories.
Our relationship with the environment can never be isolated from our relationship with others and with God
- Pope Francis Laudato Si, 119
How to Help Refugees
An innovative project involving smallholder farmers aims to reduce poverty among participating farmers, and to mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.Read more...