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Excerpts from Net Zero by 2050

10/11/2021 9:44 AM | Anonymous

The CTSA is continuing to dialogue on the question of fossil fuel divestment.  To aid the discussion, Board members recently viewed excerpts from an expert panel hosted by the Global Catholic Climate Movement (recently renamed the Laudato Si Movement).  The 45 minute recording explains the current state of the climate crisis, outlooks for global energy needs, and responses from ethical and faith perspectives. 

Click on the blue button to view the video:

Excerpts from Net Zero by 2050:
A Laudato Si Movement Webinar (July 2021)

Please take the time to view this fascinating panel, with the following speakers:

  • Tomás Insua, Executive Director, Global Catholic Climate Movement (GCCM)

  • Dr.Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA)

  • Richard Brooks, Climate Finance Director, 

  • Joan Brown,osf, Executive Director of New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light, Sisters of Saint Francis 

Comments are welcome in the comment box below.  Thank you for contributing to this critical dialogue.

CTSA Ad hoc Committee on Fossil Fuels
Erin Lothes Chair
Daniel DiLeo
Nancy Rourke
Matthew Shadle


  • 10/12/2021 8:25 AM | Anonymous
    This issue is important! Yet even more important is that the Catholic Church gets a grip of modern science e.g., that Nature is endowed by the Word of God to bring forth itself.
    Because the creative Word of God has been given away to Nature..How so?
    Becuse God is Love, He gave away His Word to Creation as God's Gift... Deus Caritas Est!!
    Where did God gave His Word away in our time?
    On the Cross!
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