The Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) strives to listen to and be accountable to voices from the Pacific and Torres Strait islands in their quest to raise awareness about the impacts on them, due to high greenhouse gas emissions from industrialised countries.
The PCP aims to build a consensus that drives support for Australia, in partnership with their neighbours, to recognise and build on the civil, cultural, economic and environmental resilience of all countries within the Pacific region. In this way they can work towards building a positive, communitarian and sustainable response based on Human Rights to the increased water, food, fuel and land stresses that are predicted under present circumstances and future climate change scenarios.
The work of the Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) like all the work of Edmund Rice Centre is based on the Earth Charter.
Find here the 2010 Report of Activities.