Pope Francis has advocated for a holistic approach to contemporary political, socio-economic and environmental challenges, but how can we best respond? A number of organisations have responded, or been established, in England and Wales to help us understand and respond on a practical level.
The Journey to 2030
The Journey to 2030 aims to help our church communities join the global 2030 agenda for change.
CAFOD : COP26 Campaign for the climate
The destruction of the environment is threatening people's homes and livelihood. CAFOD encourages all Catholics to demand appropriate action from leaders to protect our Common Home. They offer a range of resources and opportunities to get involved.
Devised in 2011, the Livesimply Award was devised to allow Catholics to take part in the movement for environmental justice by living more simply, living more sustainably in solidarity with poor communities.
Guardians of Creation
Guardians of Creation is a collaborative project that aims to help the Catholic community in England and Wales work towards a carbon-neutral and more sustainable future, inspired by the teachings of Laudato Si’.
Laudato Si Centre
The Laudato Si’ Centre, based in the Diocese of Salford, exists to create awareness and to inspire practical action in relation to care for our common home.
Laudato Si Research Centre
The LSRI, based in Oxford, has been inspired by Pope Francis' vision in his encyclical 'Laudato Si'. Its focus is to conduct research for societal transformation on socio-ecological issues, It promotes change and fosters dialogue on how to care for our common home in order to create a fair economy for all.