Our First Year in Review | The Global Catholic Climate Movement

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IT’S BEEN QUITE A JOURNEY this year for the Global Catholic Climate Movement and it all began with an email.

 

About one year ago, in November of 2014, Tomás Insua global coordinator for GCCM and Harvard Kennedy School graduate student reached out to several individuals in the United States and Argentina to present an idea for a project. A global Catholic organization dedicated to working toward climate justice. Citing the number of Catholic organizations there are worldwide and how powerful a voice they have when working together, Tomás had a vision of an organization that could impact the world’s needy who are most vulnerable to the changing climate. Together with representatives of Catholic organizations from Australia, the Philippines, United States, Hong Kong, South America and Europe, the steering committee for GCCM began to formulate Tomas’ vision into a founding statement…

 

Read the full Year in Review at: Our First Year in Review | The Global Catholic Climate Movement

 

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