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Press Release: 2nd European Laudato Si’ Reflection Day (available in EN - ES - FR - GE - IT - PL - PT)
Together with the pan-European organisations involved in The Fair Times 2019 European elections campaign, the FTAO, IFOAM EU, CIDSE, RIPESS and ECOLISE extend congratulations to all candidates elected to the European Parliament for the 2019-2024 term.
Towards a Change of Life-Style - Second Laudato Si' Reflection Day organised by:
- CCEE - Consilium Conferentiarum Episcoporum Europæ
- CIDSE – International family of Catholic social justice organisations
- COMECE - Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the EU
- GCCM - Global Catholic Climate Movement
- JESC – Jesuit European Social Center
- Justice and Peace Europe
When? Wednesday 12 June 2019, 10:00 - 16:30
Where? Square de Meeus 19, 1050 Brussels
CIDSE Highlights No.40, March - April 2019
The way people produce and access energy is a crucial aspect of our lives, because energy is essential to our well-being, and simultaneously we must avert climate change to save life on earth. The documentary ‘Energy to Change’ follows six stories of the personal energy choices of communities and people across the world. From riding bicycles to defending the Amazon from hydropower dams, from schools and clinics in the desert powered by solar panels to energetic conversion of buildings, these heroes are doing their part for an energy transition that respects the needs of people and the planet.
The Fair Times - Civil society launches a campaign calling on the next Members of the European Parliament to make Europe sustainable and fair by 2024
Five European and International civil society networks have joined forces calling for a fair and sustainable European consumption and production agenda with a campaign ahead of the European Parliament elections.
CIDSE Highlights No.38, November - December 2018
The documentary 'Energy to Change' premiered on 7 December to a crowd of 150 people. Among the audience were activists from Polish civil society, climate pilgrims, grassroots organizers, indigenous community members, and COP24 party representatives from across the world.
Intervention of His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State on behalf of His Holiness Pope Francis