In light of increasing wildlife crime in countries around the world, the United Nations is celebrating World Wildlife Day on March 3, hoping to inspire individuals to join the fight against this illegal killing and trading of wild animals.
‘Care for all Creation: a door to our common home’ was the title of a lecture by Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the Pontifical Justice and Peace Council in London on Friday.
Two black shoes belonging to Pope Francis have joined thousands of other pairs at an installation in Paris on Sunday, as part of a global campaign ahead of the UN climate summit in the French capital next week.
Brother Guy Consolmagno, SJ, the Director of the Vatican Observatory, speaks about the significance of liquid water on Mars.
The mayor of Gaborone in Botswana was among some 70 civic leaders from around the world who attended a two day meeting in the Vatican focusing on caring for the environment and combatting the scourge of human trafficking
(Vatican Radio) Agronomist Miguel Lovera, based at the 'Catholic University of Asunciòn', is part of a task force which promotes campaigns for a socially just and effective forest policy as well as the rights of Indigenous and other Forest peoples. He speaks to Linda Bordoni about his work.
During the preparation of the Pope's new encyclical, many theologians and environmental specialists have been consulted, including Irish Columban missionary and author, Fr Sean McDonagh, who's been promoting 'a theology of ecology' since the 1970s