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Pope Francis Adress PAS - The Role of Science for Sustainable Development 28/11/2016
Pope Francis received the Participants in the Plenary Session of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences on Monday. The Academy’s November 25-29, 2016 meeting is focused on ways in which already available or expected scientific advances may affect the sustainable development of human societies and their environments.
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Pope and Mayors Declaration on Climate and Trafficking. Vatican - 22.07.2015
Pope Francis and mayors from cities across the globe have signed a common declaration of intent to combat environmental damage and human trafficking.

The signing of the document followed a meeting Tuesday afternoon in the Vatican between the Pope and the mayors who are attending a two-day workshop entitled “Modern Slavery and Climate Change” organized by the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and Social Sciences.
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Climate Change and the Common Good: A Statement Of The Problem And The Demand For Transformative Solutions
This century is on course to witness unprecedented environmental changes. In particular, the projected climate changes or, more appropriately, climate disruptions, when coupled with ongoing massive species extinctions and the destruction of ecosystems, will doubtless leave their indelible marks on both humanity and nature.
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Declaration of Religious Leaders,Political Leaders,Business Leaders, Scientists and Development Practitioners
We the undersigned have assembled at the Pontifical Academies of Sciences and Social Sciences to address the challenges of human-induced climate change, extreme poverty, and social marginalization, including human trafficking, in the context of sustainable development. We join together from many faiths and walks of life, reflecting humanity’s shared yearning for peace, happiness, prosperity, justice, and environmental sustainability. We have considered the overwhelming scientific evidence regarding human-induced climate change, the loss of biodiversity, and the vulnerabilities of the poor to economic, social, and environmental shocks.
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