Sunday, May 19, 2024

Pope Francis calls for “radical” solutions to climate change in a special message via the BBC


In an exclusive recorded message to the BBC, Pope Francis called on world leaders to meet next week at the United Nations Climate Conference in Glasgow to provide solutions and “effective answers” to the environmental emergency and to give “firm hope” to future generations.

The pope, who spoke exclusively to the BBC from the Vatican, said the Govt-19 infection andClimate change And urged the world to respond to them with far-sighted and serious decisions, so as not to “waste” the opportunities presented by economic problems, and current challenges.

“We can deal with these crises through isolation, security and the use of opportunities, or we can find in them the real opportunity for change,” Pope said.

Pope Benedict XVI called for a “renewed sense of responsibility shared with our world”, saying “each of us – whoever and wherever – can play a role in changing our collective response to the unprecedented threat of climate change. The destruction of our common home.”

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