Since September, millions of people around the world have mobilized around COP21. In this month’s ‘Stories for Climate Justice’ series, we’ve explored the initiatives behind the pilgrimages.
The Pacific Island states have become a striking example of the dramatic consequences that erratic weather events and rising sea levels due to climate change can bring upon societies and ecosystems. What future for an island like Tuvalu and Tuvalu’s children?
How does climate change affect conflict situations? Drawing from the situation in Israel-Palestine, this month's "Stories for Climate Justice" explores the relation between conflict, climate change, and climate injustice.
How are women affected by climate change? Why do women’s lives and voices matter in the run up to COP21? Here’s the July version of “Stories for Climate Justice”, focused on Climate Justice and Women.
A new video in our monthly series "Stories for Climate Justice"
CIDSE and the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace will hold a two-day conference in Rome, taking place on 2-3 July 2015
CIDSE and Climate Action Network - Europe have produced policy recommendations on bringing an end to fossil subsidies in Europe.
“Our sister, Mother Earth, is our common house and the place of God's alliance with human beings and all of creation…”
Climate change and vulnerability: Pushing people over the edge, a CAFOD briefing, September 2014