Climate and Biodiversity Justice from Faith perspective: what’s next?
The tools of Science show us that the two greatest ecological challenges are Climate Change (CC) and Biodiversity Collapse (BC). These are assumed by the Catholic Social Teaching as is clearly manifested by the new film “The Letter: A Message for our Earth.” From this and the moral theological principles gathered in the Pope Francis’ encyclical letter Laudato Si’, some related Climate and Biodiversity justice issues stem: loss & damage, just transition, women & gender justice, human rights, mitigation & adaptation, fair financing & just economics, among others. They all are brought together in this round table dialogue to assess the gaps and the weaknesses, the success and strengths that are expected to arise in the COP 27 final document/negotiations. Concerns and hopes are to be stated in a Catholic Climate Justice Statement.
Where: Tutankamon Room, Blue Zone, COP 27
When: 17 November 11:30 – 1:00 PM
Here is an RSVP to the event.
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