Integral Ecology | Tue, Dec 15, 2009
CIDSE & Caritas participated in today's climate demonstration in Copenhagen. The march, from the Parliament's square to the Bella centre where the COP15 negotiations are taking place, was a great success with over 100.000 participants including a numerous, colourful, and singing group of CIDSE & Caritas leadership, members, bishops, partners and supporters.
Integral Ecology | Sun, Dec 13, 2009
Update 4 Thursday/Friday/Sat, December 10, 11, 12
Integral Ecology | Thu, Dec 10, 2009
Update 3: Wednesday-Thursday, December 9-10
Integral Ecology | Tue, Dec 8, 2009
Leak of developed nations' document proposal creates shock waves. Negotiations as usual?
Center of Concern | Mon, Dec 7, 2009
Daily blog reports from the COP 15 Climate Change negotiations in Copenhagen, December 2009 from the CIDSE-Caritas Internationalis team as part of our joint Poverty and Climate Justice Campaign.
Center of Concern | Thu, Aug 13, 2009
Looking at climate change from an urban angle—one of many options, from national security to the classic environmental approach—allows one a glimpse of how deep the issue actually is.
Global Women's Project | Tue, Aug 11, 2009
Yesterday's New York Times featured an opinion piece by Eric Zencey, professor of historical and political studies at Empire State College, entitled “G.D.P. R.I.P.” In it, Zencey makes the case that it is time to get rid of the outmoded economic concept “gross domestic product” and replace it with one that better captures well-being and our nation’s economic health.
Center of Concern | Wed, Jul 15, 2009
Pope Benedict is calls a positive harnessing of the potential within globalization and a globalization with a human face, in which
the human dignity of each individual retains primacy of place in any ethical, political or economic deliberation on globalization.
Center of Concern | Tue, Jul 14, 2009
Vague language and time scales are the last thing our planet needs, especially as there is concern that the so-called “point of no return”—the point where climate change becomes irreparable—may lie within the next decade
Global Women's Project | Fri, Jul 10, 2009
Globally there is enough food produced to feed the world. However, it is not produced and distributed in a way that guarantees livelihoods and access to safe and sufficient supplies for all people nor the long-term productive capacity of Earth’s resource base.