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UN report issues stern ‘final’ warning on climate change inaction
Simon Stiell, the U.N.'s climate change executive secretary, called the 2020s "a critical decade for climate action."
FABC 50: Asian Catholic bishops urged to immediately declare ‘climate emergency’
"We ask our bishops to act on behalf of mother earth, to take on the shoes of mother earth."
World in ‘wrong direction’ as climate impacts worsen: UN
"Floods, droughts, heatwaves, extreme storms and wildfires are going from bad to worse, breaking records with alarming frequency"
Aid to the Church in Need to send help to flood...
The charity will channel help through leading Church project partners who are grappling with desperate appeals for help from people
‘Start my life from zero’: Poor Pakistanis face heavy cost of...
Floods have ruined crops and homes across Pakistan, leaving many of the country's poor struggling to restart their lives
Pope Francis: The poor suffer the most from heat waves, drought
In a message for the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, the pope said that it is “the poorest among us who are crying out”
Help stop the extinction of a million species
More than 10,000 wild species are harvested for human food with one-in-five people dependent on such species for income and food
Without land, Bangladesh’s Manta people live – and die – on...
Eroding Bangladeshi rivers stole their land - and now climate change and overfishing threaten the life they have built on water
Pacific leaders struggle to keep focus on climate at key summit
Geopolitical jostling between the United States and China has been building since Solomon Islands signed a security pact with Beijing
Filipinos brace for early onset of rainy season caused by climate...
La Niña, a weather pattern that drives more rains, is in effect, resulting in the increased likelihood of above normal rainfall conditions