One year later, Laudato Si' calls for action against climate change.
Catholic Relief Services praises the progress made this Friday, April 22, and also Earth Day, by the nations signing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change at a ceremony at the United Nations headquarters in New York, including the United States and China.
Kim Pozniak was interviewed by Reuters for her recent to Ethiopia.
CRS calls for the full support of the Green Climate Fund.
CRS is conscious of the ongoing efforts to fight the effects of climate change.
Inital $500 million is first step towards meeting $3 billion pledge.
Three leading experts on soil regeneration and climate-smart agriculture will discuss a major cause of food insecurity in the developing world–the worldwide degradation of soil needed for agriculture–at a public briefing for congressional staff on March 3rd.
CBS interviewed Catholic Relief Services' staff on the drought affecting Southern Africa.
Reuters speaks to CRS staff, Gilberto Amaya on the cocoa industry.
The accord, agreed to by 196 nations, is an important step in caring for our common home.