Care Climate Change

Welcome to CARE’s Climate Blog where you will find the opinions and thoughts of our staff as they engage in various aspects of climate change ranging from work in the field to negotiations at UN and other high-level events

10th September 2018

Solutions for the most vulnerable: How CARE is helping communities adapt to climate change

The 2015 Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs) capture the global commitment to tackling climate change, as well as gender equality, hunger, and malnutrition. The 2018 […]

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22nd August 2018

Zimbabwe: Gaining prominence fighting climate change

For Dadirai Mawanza, 42, the real problem was getting her kids to eat vegetables. Such a statement conjures the image of a toddler throwing broccoli on the floor or eating […]

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9th July 2018

Adaptation to Climate Change in Ecuador: María’s Story

María Dolores, 57 years old, lives in Ecuador, in a region deeply affected by climate change. With CARE’s support, she is learning agroecological methods to improve her production while protecting […]

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5th July 2018

How Do You Predict the Weather?

The Partners for Resilience (PfR) Project in Uganda Asked Indigenous Communities The Partners for Resilience Project, funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was implemented from 2011-2015 (phase 1) […]

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By Sven Harmeling on 26th June 2018

Vulnerable countries summit will highlight necessary climate action to stay within the 1.5°C limit

The announcement by the President of the Marshall Islands to hold the first high-level global Summit for the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF) adds an important, so far missing, element to […]

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18th June 2018

Growing is Learning

Nearly half the population of Tanzania lives below the poverty line. Despite working long hours in the field, women farmers find it incredibly difficult to produce enough nutritious food for […]

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18th June 2018

Water: Not just an environmental issue

Increasing resilience by empowering people to take their lives in their own hands is a core part of CARE’s global work. For example, in our Partners for Resilience programme in […]

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By Tonya Rawe on 15th June 2018

My Land, My Future

On the advent of World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, it’s important to note the numerous days throughout the year that, taken together, reflect the complex challenges we face: […]

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