Together, members of our Climate Chorus tell the story that we are in grave danger, but, with faith, love and courage we can heal our Common Home.
These voices represent the coalition that exists among people of goodwill all over the world, and the hunger to solve this crisis. Because, if we act now, we can repair the damage, save this world for our children, and create a better one for our grandchildren.
The voices tell us about The Crisis We Face, The Hope We Have, and our Faith For The Future.
Listen to the voices of our Climate Chorus today.
The Pope urges us all to hear the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor for the future of younger generations.Read more
Harriet is a role model in her community and is leading the way for a just and green future for all.Read more
Ricardo is a renowned Climate Scientist in El Salvador, a country greatly affected by climate change.Read more
Thérèse Mema Mapenzi
Thérèse has seen first-hand how climate change's unpredictability disrupts the lives of our sisters and brothers in DR Congo.Read more
SCIAF's Chief Executive knows Scotland has a major role to play in reversing climate damage.Read more
Climate change has shattered Lonnex's livelihood and has had a devastating effect on his family.Read more
Khoeu is concerned about the many challenges climate changes bring in Cambodia.Read more
Christine's family life has been greatly affected by drought in Ethiopia.Read more
Dr. Geraldine Hill
As SCIAF's Advocacy Manager, Geraldine is playing her part in halting the climate emergency.Read more
Father Chiti believes that acting to alter climate change is our moral responsibility.Read more
Andrea is one of our valued SCIAF volunteers, who gives up her time to make the world a better place.Read more
Dambi has been dealing with the effects of drought for the last 25 years in Ethiopia.Read more
Eleanor is still hopeful for the future of the planet but knows we must act now before it's too late.Read more
Garbicha is a SCIAF project participant whose life is becoming increasingly more difficult due to the climate emergency.Read more
As Director of one of our partners in Cambodia, Mam Sambath is focusing on sustainable practices.Read more
Olivia believes that the act of caring for our common home is integral to following our Catholic Faith.Read more
Pieter Nthenda is the Director of SCIAF partner Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM).Read more
Janifer is having to deal with the effects of flooding on her farm in Ethiopia.Read more
Julius N’goma is passionate about helping people in Malawi who are experiencing climate injustice.Read more
Marian is a SCIAF Ambassador who prays for the world to be protected from climate change.Read more
Bishop Barreto is passionate about defending the Colombian Pacific from climate change.Read more
Michael has seen the effects of climate change on his farm in Nicaragua.Read more
Leeza works at Caritas India, where she sees the impact of extreme weather on the lives of vulnerable people.Read more
Bishop Nolan of Galloway has spoken out often about the need for all of us to protect our common home.Read more