Bishop Allwyn D’Silva Takes Part in Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Learning Session, Extends Endorsement to the Treaty
[CITY, COUNTRY] – Bishop Allwyn D’Silva, Chairman of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences- Office of Human Development and Climate Change Desk, actively participated in the recent learning session on the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty (FFNPT) organized by Laudato Si’ Movement, making a significant impact with his endorsement of the treaty’s vital objectives.
The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty stands as a pivotal international effort in the battle against climate change and its dire consequences.
In his video address, Bishop D’Silva emphasized that the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty represents an important next step in the ongoing efforts to avert the climate crisis. He stated:
“Health, safety, security are what the world needs, and it’s possible to get there, but it requires ending the era of coal, oil, and gas.”
Bishop Allwyn D’Silva’s endorsement underscore the unwavering support of the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences-Office of Human Development and Climate Change Desk for the treaty’s cause, saying, “…the FABC is with you, and we are trying our best and will try our best to have the FFNPT in the next COP meeting.”
About Bishop Allwyn D’Silva:
Bishop Allwyn D’Silva is an esteemed and respected leader in the Catholic Church in Asia, known for his dedication to environmental conservation and social justice causes. Hailing from the Archdiocese of Bombay, India, he is affectionately referred to as “The Green Bishop” by friends and colleagues for his unwavering commitment to caring for and protecting our Common Home.
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Bishop Allwyn D’Silva’s Video Address: