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The Catholic Climate Covenant calls Catholics to act on Catholic teaching on the environment.
Catholics Confront Global Poverty. . . calls
on Catholics to defend the life and dignity of people living in poverty
throughout the world by protecting creation.
The Environmental Justice Program (EJP), a program of the Department of Justice, Peace & Human Development, educates and motivates Catholics to a deeper reverence and respect for God's creation, and encourages Catholics to address environmental problems, especially as they affect poor and vulnerable people.
Let us be 'protectors' of creation, protectors of God's plan inscribed in nature, protectors of one another and of the environment.
Power Plants, Carbon Pollution & Climate Change
Archbishop Wenski has written the Environmental Protection Agency on the importance of protecting Creation and poor and vulnerable communities from pollution from existing power plants and from climate change.
Global Climate Change: A Plea for Dialogue, Prudence, and the Common Good
The bishops seek to contribute to a national dialogue on climate change by applying the wisdom of Catholic social teaching. The bishops also urge prudent action now on climate change to mitigate its effects on the poor and vulnerable. Read their statement.
Letter to EPA Administrator on Carbon Pollution Standards
Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski, May 28, 2014
Letter to President Obama on Climate Change
Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski, January 30, 2014
Good Sense, Good Air: While we live we are responsible to the Lord
Keynote Address by Bishop Stephen E. Blaire, November 7, 2011
Friending Planet Earth: Helping Youth Understand Solidarity and Sustainability in Light of Climate Change. . .
Sustainability and Catholic Higher Education: A Toolkit for Mission Integration. . .
St. Francis Care for Creation Award. . .
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