Today Catholic Climate Covenant announced Jose Aguto as its new Executive Director while former executive director, Dan Misleh, moves into the role of Founder.
CATHOLIC CLIMATE COVENANT STATEMENT ON IPCC REPORT: We must urgently cut fossil-fuel pollution to protect God’s gift of creation
Today’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on the climate crisis confirms what we are seeing worldwide: a climate crisis caused by human activity is here and it threatens our future existence.
CAMPAIGN FOCUSES ON SEVEN SECTORS OVER SEVEN YEARS: WE’RE ALL PART OF GOD’S PLAN(ET)
Creighton University and Catholic Climate Covenant are co-sponsoring a national conference aimed at emboldening Catholics to do more to combat climate change.
The Catholic Climate Covenant and Creighton University today announced registration has opened for the July 13-15, 2021 virtual LSUS conference: “Laudato Si’and the U.S. Catholic Church: A Conference Series on Our Common Home.”
Today, President Biden convened 40 world leaders to reinvigorate American leadership and global cooperation to accelerate the solutions the world needs to meet the epic challenge of climate change.
Statement from Catholic Climate Covenant’s Dan Misleh: Conviction in George Floyd’s Killing a Significant Step Toward Justice and a Continuing Challenge for Reform
Last summer, at the height of the pandemic and economic uncertainty, the heart-wrenching killing of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police office sworn to protect and serve sparked national protests, civil unrest and a national reckoning with racism that was a long time coming.
Today we welcome Joe Biden as the 46th President of the United States of America.
Catholic Climate Covenant is pleased to announce Anna Robertson as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Mobilization.
Today our nation has spoken about the direction they wish to take in the years ahead.