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How Scientists Are Working With the Church to Mobilize Climate Action and Help the World's Poorest

What do you do if you’re a climate scientist and global leaders won’t listen to you? The public knows it’s happening. Parents fear for their children and grandparents for their grandchildren. Teachers in schools know too. We all do.

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As the 2015 Global Climate Summit Nears, Never Doubt the Power of the People

“We are counting on you,” a small child says at the end of a short video about the Global Climate Summit, which will take place in Paris (November 30 – December 11, 2015). There is no doubt that unless we act quickly the great acceleration of anthropogenic changes will end life on the planet, as we know it. That’s the bad news, but there is good news too. Great transformations are still possible – if, and it is a big if – the global leaders act in the best interests of the people and the planet.

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