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Compost

Composting your yard and kitchen scraps reduces greenhouse gases that build up in landfills.

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What You Can Do

See this helpful resource, What You Can Do, from the Catholic Climate Change Justice and Health Initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB).
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The Challenge of Consumption

The disparities between human beings who live in desperate poverty and those who have everything money can buy are glaring in a world brought closer together through amazing advances in communication. This great disparity denies social justice, leads to ecological tragedy, and most of all creates a misperception of what the good life really is, which ultimately makes excessive consumption a religious question.

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How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

“Take ACTION! Reduce Your Carbon Footprint: Care for God’s Creation and Poor People” handout contains a list of activities and action steps to help fulfill the ACTION part of the St. Francis Pledge.

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“Take ACTION! Reduce Your Carbon Footprint: Care for God’s Creation and Poor People.” The resource contains a list of activities and action steps to help fulfill the ACTION part of the St. Francis Pledge. Download the handout here.

http://catholicclimatecovenant.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/What-You-Can-Do.pdf