$1.4 billion needed to provide 10.2 million people with emergency food assistance.
The Green Climate Fund helps poor around the world adapt to climate change.
It has now barely rained for the entire year.
Innovative partnership seeks to give world’s poor access to critical climate information.
Event to be held at the National Press Club on Wednesday, September 16th.
The first video of the seven-part series explores "Care for God's Creation."
In a meeting yesterday, Pope Francis made clear that the person and the environment are not two separate entities, saying, “Ecology is total, it is human.”
Read the transcript of a conference call with Dr. Carolyn Woo and other CRS staff discussing key messages in the encyclical.
'Ecological Conversion' is part of CRS president & CEO Carolyn Woo's monthly column for Catholic News Service.
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Catholic Relief Services
BALTIMORE, MD, June 24, 2015 – In response to Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si', Catholic Relief Services (CRS) released two policy statements which address mitigating the causes of climate change and adapting to its often devastating effects on people around the world –- particularly the world’s poor and vulnerable.