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Environment

Digital maps provide treasure trove of information about the Catholic Church, for free

GoodLands founder Molly Burhans combined Vatican data with Esri mapping technology.

5 Simple ways to avoid wasting food

There's a worldwide problem with wasted food. Here's what you can do at home.

How millennials are making an old-fashioned British tradition cool again

The "milkman" is back to solve a modern-day problem.

How one man has brought a rare butterfly back to San Francisco

Through tedious hard work, Tim Wong shows us what it is to be a steward of God's creation.

Here’s what the pope had to say to the UN Climate Summit

International attention has been drawn to what's being said and not said in New York. Here is Francis' message:

Incredible imagery and a somber message: Check out this 4-min video with the pope

Yann Arthus-Bertrand gives us a taste from his distinguished career as an ocean photographer and cinematographer.

Why Pope Benedict XVI was known as the “Green Pope”

Before Pope Francis, the media praised Benedict for his ground-breaking stance on protecting the environment.

UK Catholic bishop converts Church’s own medieval estate to wildlife sanctuary

Bishop John Arnold is using the 16th-century Wardley Hall to launch his Laudato Si' response.

Save the “lung of the world,” urge Latin American bishops as Amazon fires rage

Catholic churchmen call on international community to help save the Amazon rainforest

This Wisconsin Catholic church hired goats to weed its cemetery

Using goats to clear brambles is environmentally friendly and cost-effective, perfect for the spirit of Laudato Si'.

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