Paul is a veteran agricultural and water restoration expert who writes about the coffee industry for the CRS Coffeelands blog, which brings attention to issues like climate change that are affecting farmers across Latin America.
Having worked in Indonesia for more than two decades, Yenni has been a first responder to some of the world's deadliest natural disasters, including typhoons, earthquakes, floods and landslides. As head of CRS Indonesia, she was an integral part of the organization's response to the 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, and to the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
Ian leads CRS' global water strategy in an effort to bring clean water to every town, village, city and country. Together, he and his staff work on several water-oriented projects, including ways to combat water scarcity due to climate change.
Worsening drought and hunger in the Horn of Africa imperils millions as foreign aid is threatened.
Lori and her team work provide oversight and technical guidance to CRS field staff who work on agricultural programs that help farmers adapt to global threats like climate change.
The Washington Post speaks with CRS' Kraig Kraft about challenges facing coffee growers.
After US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, CRS continues its commitment to the values spelled out in Laudato Si'.