Campaign leaflets, faith reflections, booklets. Click on the titles to download PDF versions. They are listed in reverse chronological order by publication date.
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(2012) (1.58MB PDF)
Brief, accessible information on water, food and farming; water and climate change; water and women; water and business; and water and governance.
Forests and illegal logging: A Progressio guide
(2011) (412K PDF)
A guide to why forests are so important to poor communities around the world - produced for the Big Forest Picnic 2011.
For the common good: Reflections on Pope Benedict’s encyclical Caritas in Veritate
(2009) (1MB PDF)
Fr Jim O’Keefe, Sr Pamela Hussey, Ellen Teague and Tim Aldred give some thoughts on the key messages in the encyclical.
Say No to Suicide Seeds
(August 2006) (1.1MB PDF)
Lefalet outlining the risks posed to farmers in developing countries by Terminator seeds. Published by Progressio on behalf of the UK Working Group on Terminator Technology.
Read the first version of the Say No to Suicide Seeds leaflet (788k PDF) published in January 2006.
This is Progress
(2006) (1.6MB PDF)
An abridged version of Populorum Progressio (On the development of peoples), the Encyclical Letter of Pope Paul VI issued in 1967. This easy-to-read and thought-provoking translation was first published by CIIR in 1967 and has been re-published in a new edition featuring photos from around the world.
(2005) (617k PDF)
Environmental action leaflet outlining why we must all take responsibility for the damage we are doing to the earth's climate. Written by Sir John Houghton, former Director General of the UK Metereological Office.
Living lightly on the earth: Christian stewardship of the environment
(2004) (166k PDF)
Fr Sean McDonagh
A short booklet reflecting on the "moral and religious challenge" of how to respond to the Christian call to stewardship, and to live lightly on the earth at a time of environmental damage, devastation and destruction.
What's wrong with GM?
(2004) (318k PDF)
Environmental action leaflet outlining why genetically modified crops are bad for people and bad for the environment.