The resources listed here include the Pope's encyclical and various materials related to it.
Third anniversary celebration of Laudato Si (July 2018)
Joint Consultation on the Impact of Laudato Si
LIVING LAUDATO SI
“LAUDATO SI: ECONOMICS OR RELIGION OR WHAT?” Text of presentation by Louis De Thomasis, FSC
“LAUDATO SI: ECONOMICS OR RELIGION OR WHAT?” PPT presentation by Louis De Thomasis, FSC
Ritual and Activism: The Alchemy of Social Transformation by Lenore Norrgard
Shamanic Activism: An interview with Lenore Norrgard by Jonathan Horwitz
Hosted by Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The conference will be interdisciplinary, engaging scholars and participants on the “substantive and worrying” change in weather patterns. Scholarly debates and discussions will assist participants to comprehend the complexity of the debate on climate change and to develop individual and community response towards developing what Pope Francis called “an integral ecology,” in Laudato Si. It will be webcast and you can follow the conference by visiting, http://www.duq.edu/research/integrity-of-creation-conference---climate-change/register
United Nations (UN) Summit will determine the adoption of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
This is a good introduction/overview by the UN High Commissioner on HR this September 16th in Geneva: http://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=16433&LangID=E
Many of our religious UN organizations signed onto this critique following the first draft of the agenda (about May 2015): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2ZTpCP6z7cPR1FhY2NNcUozbTg/view
A good, concise assessment on SDGs and poverty, just opened for signatures: http://therules.org/petition/sdg-open-letter/
A note on getting the right to water into the Agenda: http://franciscansinternational.org/News.111.0.html?&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=489&cHash=82a966dd3768fa41ffa0ea5e8cd09c3d