Showing posts from June 17, 2015

The Pope, the Economy and the Case for Climate Action

World Resources Institute This week Pope Francis issues his long awaited Encyclical on Climate Change. The Pope’s message should galvanize support for climate action for the Catholic community and well beyond. It will speak not only to the 5,000 Catholic Bishops, nor only to the 1.2 billion Catholics worldwide, but to all people of goodwill who are open to the moral context of climate change. Story here.

North Korea Says It Faces Worst Drought in a Century

(BBC News) North Korea says it is facing its worst drought in a century, sparking fears of worsening food shortages. Story here.