Catholic bishops from every continent emphasize that creation care and climate change are moral issues for people of faith and goodwill. From Ireland to Canada to Perú, Catholic bishops reiterate that care for God’s creation is a biblical mandate (Genesis 2:15) which is profoundly connected to the protection of human life and dignity – especially of those who are poorest and most marginalized.
- Fate of Mountain Glaciers in the Anthropocene (Pontifical Academy of Sciences)
- Climate Change: A Focal Point of Global, Intergenerational and Ecological Justice (The German Bishops)
- Catholic Moral Traditions and Energy Ethics for the Twenty-First Century (Journal of Moral Theology)
- Reflections on the Energy Crisis (United States Catholic Conference)