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Climate Change, Development, and Catholic Social Thought

By: Thomas Banchoff

March 16, 2015

During the next two weeks we will focus on the impact of climate change on development. For this first week, the central question to address is how the increasing urgency of climate change threats is affecting development agendas and operations. What changes are occurring, and what resources does Catholic social thought bring both to the academic conversation, and work on the ground?  This week’s conversation brings together CST scholars from the United States and Kenya and students blogging for the Global Future of Development from Georgetown and the University of Toronto to consider these questions.
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Climate Change, Development, and Catholic Social Thought