Shareholder advocacy calling on corporations to be accountable for their GHG emissions and to take steps to address climate change continues.
To adequately address the climate crisis, a vast global mobilization is needed to urgently and radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
As the EU seeks ways to reform the Emissions Trading System, and the U.S. considers implementing a similar system, it is important to identify the failures of market-based solutions to climate change.
The following report was written by Sr. Mary Ann Smith, MM, who, with other Maryknoll missioners, Affiliates and staff members from the Global Concerns office, joined a multi-faith contingent organized by Sojourners and Interfaith Power and Light at the February 17 rally on climate change in Washington, D.C., attended by tens of thousands of people.
World Water Day is March 22.
The ongoing struggle for just and humane immigration reform in the U.S. will probably stretch out all spring.
From March 18-28, the United Nations will hold the final talks on the Arms Trade Treaty.
In January, Pax Christi International, the Catholic peace movement, released the following statement, calling for an end to Israeli settlements on Palestinian land.
For the past 60 years, since the 1950-53 civil war with South Korea ended in a truce, North Korea has been stuck in a vicious cycle, a strategic plan that can be described in short as oppression coupled with threats of insanity and aggression, all enabled by North Korea’s economic lifeline: China.
The following article was written by Sr. Teresa Hougnon, MM, who lives and works in Kenya, where elections took place on Monday, March 4.
Moral and legal questions have been raised about the Obama administration’s use of drones and by concerns that they will soon be used in Africa for targeted assassinations.
Over the past year, Honduran indigenous and peasant people have been caught between the land grabbers and the "war on drugs."