Don’t give up hope! We will move forward with the world to address climate change. Take this first step by sending a letter to your governor today.
In this issue of Encounters, we examine of the organizational structure of the most advanced alternative economic system in the world – the solidarity economy in Brazil.
In this issue of Encounters, we look at the need to build an energy democracy and some of the places where it is already happening.
In March, the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns supported two delegations from Latin America who spoke at separate hearings at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington, D.C.
After a 12-year campaign, Salvadoran lawmakers have voted to ban mining for metals. The following article was written by Pedro Cabezas, coordinator of the International Allies against Metal Mining and originally published on Inequality.org.
The city government in Portland, Oregon is trying to address economic inequality by raising corporate taxes on companies whose CEOs make significantly more than their employees.
In this issue of Encounters, we examine of the most advanced alternative economic system in the world – the solidarity economy in Brazil.
World Water Day is March 22.
With the start of the new Trump Administration, Congress has gone to work dismantling agency rules directed at the fossil fuel industry.
A group of conservative leaders recently shared a plan to decrease carbon emissions that could change the political possibilities for climate action.
Barbara Fraser, a returned Maryknoll Lay Missioner, writes from Peru about the misery and death caused by oil companies on indigenous communities.
Now that the TPP deal is signed, Congress has to approve it. This is the time to raise our voices for economic justice.