"I think we all need to pray that our world leaders are courageous enough to make this happen" Jane Mellett discusses the call for climate action at the UN
Lorna Gold and Fr Dermot Lane discuss the importance of the Season of Creation for parishes and the spirituality that flows through 'Laudato Si'
'Climate Generation' by Lorna Gold recounts her personal journey in coming to understand 'climate change' both as an activist and as a mother of two young boys.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle blessing the Our Common Home garden at the World Meeting of Families 2018
World Meeting of Families 2018 Staff and volunteers share their ECO story as part of the 'Our Common Home' project
Máirín Keegan shares the various ways her family home has become more eco-friendly as part of the 'Our Common Home' project for WMOF2018.
Jane Mellett shares her ECO story about cycling to work as part of the 'Our Common Home' project for WMOF2018
Jane Mellett talks to WMOF TV about how the World Meeting of Families 2018 is inviting everyone into a conversation about how we can all care for ‘Our Common Home’.
This half hour documentary features climate change activists in Malawi and Malawian farmers affected by the food crisis and some of the leaders of the fossil fuel divestment movement.
Emmet Sheerin discusses the 'Vote Joseph Bloggs' video that Trocaire has released to help highlight climate justice as an election issue.
Lorna Gold from Trocaire reviews the progress to date of the UN summit in Paris which is seeking a New Global Climate Agreement - including a review of the Irish contribution.
Address by Fr Eamonn Conway at launch of a Study Guide to the recent encyclical by Pope Francis that he co-edited with Cathal Barry.
Address by Cathal Barry at launch of a Study Guide to the recent encyclical by Pope Francis that he co-authored with Fr Eamonn Conway.
Address by Eamon Meehan, Director of Trócaire at launch of a Study Guide to the recent encyclical by Pope Francis on the care of our common home.
Amy Colgan speaking at the recent 'Meeting the Challenge of Climate Justice from Evidence to Action' conference in Maynooth.
Sean Farrell from Trocaire gives a recap of the first day at the recent Climate Justice Conference held in Maynooth.
Keynote address by Mary Robinson at the recent 'Meeting the Challenge of Climate Justice: From Evidence to Action' conference.
Archbishop Charles Brown compliments Veritas on their publication of Laudato Si' and expressed the hope that it will be widely read and studied.
Cathal Barry discusses a study guide that The Irish Catholic will soon publish on the recent encyclical from Pope Francis.
Fr Donal Dorr - author of Option for the Poor and for the Earth - discusses the recent encyclical from Pope Francis on the care of our common home.
Wendy is joined by an expert panel to discuss this great work by Pope Francis on care of our common home. (Part 1 of 2)
In the second part of our two part special, our panel of climate justice experts look at what action should follow on from on Laudato Si.
Fr Robert McCabe shares a reflection on the Encyclical from Pope Francis on care for our common home.
The Encyclical Letter - Laudato Si on care for our common home - from Pope Francis is addressed to every person living on this planet.
An in-depth discussion about this year's Lenten campaign and why Trócaire is highlighting the need for climate justice.
10 minute edit of Cardinal Turkson's lecture - “Integral ecology and the horizon of hope: concern for the poor and for creation in the ministry of Pope Francis”
Lorna Gold gives the formal response to the 2015 Trócaire Lenten Lecture by Cardinal Peter Turkson on Integral ecology.
Cardinal Peter Turkson shares some thoughts on Trócaire's work on climate justice and how care of the earth has a spiritual value for Christians.
The title of Cardinal Turkson's lecture was “Integral ecology and the horizon of hope: concern for the poor and for creation in the ministry of Pope Francis”
A 30 min documentary from Trócaire which includes contributions from Ireland’s leading environmental scientists, writers and activists.
What is climate change and why is it happening? Join CJ the bee to find out in this schools video from Trócaire.
This video uses a Prezi slideshow to explain how Mahlet's community in Northern Ethiopia are struggling with climate change.
Climate change is the greatest injustice of our time. People in the developing world, who are doing least to cause climate change, are suffering the most because of it.
A guided tour around the new Solas Bhríde Centre and hermitages in Kildare which will be officially opened and blessed as 2015 Feile Bhride begins.
Dr Lorna Gold discusses the relaunch of the Cry of the Earth and the pastoral resource (Glas) that Trócaire has published to supplement it.
The presentation given by Fr Sean McDonagh SCC was part of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Mercy International Association.
The presentation given by Carmel Bracken RSM was part of the 20th anniversary celebrations for Mercy International Association.
This summer Trócaire brought a barstool into Dublin city centre and asked people for their thoughts on climate change.
Kate - JustFaith interview. JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire, in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin, for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts.
JustFaith is a programme for young adults devised by Trócaire, in cooperation with the Office of Evangelisation and Ecumenism in the Archdiocese of Dublin, for use in parishes and other local pastoral contexts.
John Smith, Trócaire Campaigns Coordinator, explains how those following the JustFaith programme can take action via the Trócaire Up to US campaign
Hannah Evans, a Trócaire Church officer, on the Christian view of creation and explains how people can take action on the issue of climate change through their local church.
Joanne McGarry, Campaigns Officer with Trocaire, explains how climate change is undermining past progress in the developing world and the need for urgent action.
Professor John Sweeney, a leading expert on climate change, challenges this generation of young people not to repeat the mistakes of his generation in caring for the earth.