In the last decade, we have seen more devastating storms, debilitating droughts, runaway melting mountain snow caps and unprecedented snowfalls. It provokes fear that the Earth’s climate – something we considered as stable as the seasons our grandparents reminisced about – won’t be the same for our kids. Such phenomena are especially disrupting the well-being of the poor and vulnerable who have less ability to adapt to these changes. For instance, some Catholic relief organizations are managing the needs of “climate refugees,” people fleeing sinking islands and expanding deserts. Call us traditionalists, but we don’t like thinking about that kind of change. Keep reading…
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