The Laudato Si’ Movement hosted a screening of the film The Letter: A Message for Our Earth, which was attended by several faith, policy, and scientific leaders and followed by a panel discussion on the role of the Church in promoting care for the Earth.
FaithInvest announced the launch of the Multi-Faith Alliance for Climate Action, aimed at advancing collaboration between faith groups and key secular actors to accelerate climate action.
The Alliance and accompanying Multi-faith Just Transition Fund (MJTF) will enable faith and secular partners to work together on climate action.
Finally, as delegates continued deliberations in Egypt, Pope Francis offered his encouragement. Sharing his hope that COP27 will produce “lasting fruits on behalf of combating climate change”, he also noted the first anniversary of the Laudato Si’ Action Platform, which “promotes ecological conversion and lifestyles consistent with it” and is overseen by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development — another valued GHR partner.