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We’ve launched an important new campaign in the run up to this May’s Scottish Parliament elections to demand stronger commitments on climate justice from Scotland’s political parties.
This quiz challenges students to determine how many litres of water are needed to make many of our favourite everyday items.
Download our Guide to COP26 and begin your journey to help bring about climate justice, and protect some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world against the devastating impacts of climate change.
This Senior Phase TIOF resource will explore what Scripture and Church Teaching tells us about how we respond, with positive action, to our responsibility within civil society.
Now is the time to rebuild our common home and tackle climate change head on. Download our Election Manifesto today where we outline the priorities for the next Scottish Government.
A briefing document for MSPs ahead of the 9 March 2021 debate on the Climate Change Plan Update (CCPu)
Find out how your support is making an impact in the lives of our poorest brothers and sisters around the world.
Resources to deepen pupils’ learning about Pope Francis’ encyclical.
Tips and ideas to help you cut your carbon footprint and bring Laudato Si' to life in your parish.
21 agroecological practices developed with partners across El Salvador and Nicaragua.
A manual for global advocacy practitioners with advice on advocacy concepts and strategies.
Our Laudato Si' study guide includes passages from Pope Francis' encyclical, reflections, prayers and ideas for action.
We all need heat, electricity and fuel in our daily lives but often the types of energy we use cause harm to our planet and our fellow sisters and brothers. Our report sets out the path to a just energy system.
Helping communities in Malawi and Rwanda to adapt to their changing climates and help them cope with the damage caused by extreme weather and unpredictable seasons.
SCIAF’s paper setting out what we think must be included in Scotland's new Climate Bill.