Pope Francis emphasises on need to act on climate change

Pope Francis emphasises on need to act on climate change

Pope Francis emphasises on need to act on climate change

 

Now issuing a pretty stark warning: the head of the catholic church and also the sovereign of the Vatican city-state has said that the earth will become uninhabitable if there is no concrete action that is taken on climate change. He further asserted the complexity of the ecological crisis.

  Listening to what pope Francis has had to say, frontier Repeatedly, the harm we are doing to the planet is no longer limited to damages to the climate, water, and soil, but now it threatens life itself on earth. In the face of this, it is not enough to repeat statements of principle that make us feel good because, among other things, we are also interested in the environment. The complexity of the ecological crisis, in fact, demands responsibility, concreteness, and competence. It struck me So much that one of the scientists in the meeting we had with them and with religious leaders. This scientist, the president of the pontifical academy of sciences, said my granddaughter who was born last month, will have to live in an uninhabitable world. If we don't change things. now speaking at the inauguration of new cycle studies, the pontifical Latin university, the pope underlined the Importance of urgency of the ongoing ecological crisis. The pope also spoke extensively about climate change, pollution, and sustainable development. He further recalled the faith and science event which took place in the Vatican earlier in the week where he was struck by the words of one of the scientists who said that his granddaughter who was born last month will have to live in an uninhabitable world. If things are not changed pretty quickly, the pope's comments have come ahead of the cop 26 conference, which is due to take place from the 31st of October till the 12th of November.