A Faith Reflection to Climate Change, from Carmelite NGO presents the faithful with a guide to the Church's teachings on climate change. Containing scriptures, prayers, and the writings of church leaders, this reflection offers insight into the Catholic community's thoughts towards climate change, as well as actions that can be taken to address the issue.
10 Ways Your Parish Can Make a Difference, by the Catholic Climate Covenant is a comprehensive guide to a greener faith community, outlining simple steps your parish can take to help halt climate change.
The Carbon Footprint Calculator, a free tool from the EPA is a way for you to calculate your carbon footprint based on your home energy use, transportation preferences, and waste. Additionally, it highlights your most carbon-intensive activities to help you reduce your negative impact on the environment. It can be viewed here.
Healing Earth is a free, online environmental textbook covering the key issues of biodiversity, natural resources, energy, food, and water as they relate to global climate change. Increasing awareness and probing ethical implications of the current environmental crisis, Healing Earth both challenges readers and calls us to action to address this critical issue. It can be viewed here.
Climate Change, from Catholic Relief Services is a comprehensive educational and advocacy guide to the moral obligation of the Catholic community to take action to address climate change. Espousing Pope Francis's teaching that our attitude towards the protection of the Earth is directly tied to the protection of the world's most vulnerable populations, this guide contains personal stories of climate change victims, and outlines what we as individuals can do to help. It can be viewed here.
Compiled by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the Laudato Si' Discussion Guide provides individuals and groups with a framework for studying Pope Francis's encyclical, facilitating prayer, discussion, and reflection, as well as highlighting ways in which the Catholic community can respond to Pope Francis's call to action.