CISA: African churches call for urgent global action on climate change
NAIROBI, Kenya (CISA) – The church in Africa supports initiatives to curb environmental degradation responsible for adverse climate change, an ecumenical group has told a key United Nations conference underway here.
REPRESENTATIVE ADDRESSES ENVIRONMENT AT NEWS CONFERENCE – Mutsuyoshi Nishimura, Japan's ambassador for global environmental affairs, addresses a news conference at the opening of the U.N. climate change conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Nov. 6. During the conference, churches called for industrialized nations to compensate poor countries for carbon emissions. (CNS/Reuters)
Republished by Catholic Online with permission of the Catholic Information Service for Africa (CISA), based in Nairobi, Kenya (www.cisanewsafrica.org).
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