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Wednesday, April 22, 4 PM ET | 1 PM PT Join a digital conversation about youth climate activism, empowerment, and accompaniment. ISN will be joined by Michael Downs, director of justice and kinship at Bishop O’Dowd High School. Watch the conversation LIVE at igsol.net/fb or watch below.Find out more »
Whether you’ve already read Laudato Si’ or this is your first time, join us in reading and discussing the encyclical and exploring ways to integrate its lessons into our lives and communities. Group discussions take place on Wednesdays from 1- 2:15 pm EST. May 13: Chapters 1-2 May 20: Chapters 3-4 May 27: Chapters 5-6 For registration and additional information can be found here.Find out more »
The Climate is Changing so Why Aren’t We? Perspectives on Environmental Activism Tuesday, May 26 3:00PM ET Young people are at the heart of environmental activism worldwide. Through struggles of resistance and climate strikes, students and youth movements have pushed global leaders to confront an extractivist economy and climate change head-on and prevent future catastrophe. In this livestream, young activists will discuss their experiences on the frontlines of environmental justice and how you can stand in solidarity with them through…Find out more »
Register for Webinar Nearly thirty years ago, the U.S. Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops stated: “At its core, the environmental crisis is a moral challenge. It calls us to examine how we use and share the goods of the earth, what we pass on to future generations, and how we live in harmony with God's creation.” “The whole human race suffers as a result of environmental blight, and generations yet unborn will bear the cost for our failure to act…Find out more »
Join Catholic Climate Covenant for 'Emergence: A Creation Care Gathering for Young Catholics,' kicking off a new Youth and Young Adult Mobilization program, which seeks to inspire, animate, and nourish creation care among young Catholics in the United States.Find out more »
Across the country, youth climate activists are mobilizing people to protect the planet. In 2021, Loyola's Virtual Climate Change Conference will focus on how we can amplify the voices of these young activists.Find out more »
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