“The eyes of the world are on us”: Message from 50,000 Catholic schoolchildren to the government

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More than 50,000 Catholic children and young people have united to show the government that we want them to stop the climate crisis, and support those living on the frontline of climate change.

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My journey with the European climate pilgrims

A group of European climate pilgrims have walked from Sweden, Poland, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany to Glasgow, where the UN climate summit – COP26 – is being held. Carol Cross, from CAFOD’s Middlesbrough Diocesan Office, met the pilgrims when they visited Holy Island.

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Mieke’s top tips for your Go Green challenge

CAFOD’s work is close to Mieke’s heart and so is going green. In 2017 she decided to embark on a ‘human-powered’ lifestyle for a whole 365 days – this meant using no trains or cars.

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How you can get involved with CAFOD ahead of the COP26 climate talks

This November, the eyes of the world will be on the UK as we host COP26 – the UN international climate talks in Glasgow.

As governments from across the world gather to discuss how to tackle the climate emergency, it’s vital that we demand leaders at the conference act to prevent global temperatures rising above 1.5C and protect our planet and people from the intensifying impacts of the climate crisis.

We must show Boris Johnson and the government that the Catholic community across England and Wales wants action now!

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Attenborough has inspired the nation, but we must hear diverse voices if we are going to change the world

With the current momentum around climate action, now is the time to highlight the experiences of those on the frontline of the climate crisis, writes CAFOD Director Christine Allen.

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