climate

The composite or generally prevailing weather conditions of a region, as temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, sunshine, cloudiness, and winds, throughout the year, averaged over a series of years.

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Hindu Declaration on Climate Change [cite]

Parliament of World Religions, Hindu Declaration on Climate Change, 12.9.09. Last accessed 1.28.15.

Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines 2014 [cite]

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines, All Creation, Bless the Lord!: A Pastoral Exhortation on Climate Change, 2014. Last accessed 1.26.15.

Ethical Analysis of CO2 Emissions [cite]

Markus Vogt, “An Ethical Analysis of the Conflicts, Rights, and Incentives Surrounding CO2 Emissions”, in Climate Justice, Rachel Carson Center Perspectives 2010/3, p. 6.

Global Yet Equitable [cite]

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Global Yet Equitable: Combating Climate Change, Enabling Development (Munich: Verlag, 2010), p. 6.

Global Yet Equitable

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Global Yet Equitable: Combating Climate Change, Enabling Development (Munich: Verlag, 2010), p. 6.

Pastoral Constitution [cite]

Second Vatican Council, Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World: Gaudium Et Spes (New York: Pauline Books & Media, 1966), para. 26.

Climate refugees land [cite]

Natural Disasters Displaced [cite]

150 million climate refugees [cite]

Compendium of the Social Doctrine [cite]

Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church (Washington D.C.: USCCB, 2011), para. 470.

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