Care Climate Change

Find below CARE’s news on various topics concerning climate change

By Camilla Schramek on 18th September 2018

Amid disastrous storms across the globe, concrete, gender-responsive solutions to climate impacts are needed by the G7

September 18, Ottawa. As G7 ministers prepare to discuss ridding the oceans of plastics, CARE is also calling on officials to dive deeper with climate change commitments to protect the […]

Read this post

By Camilla Schramek on 17th September 2018

CARE responds as Mangkhut lashes northern Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut, locally known as Ompong, brought ferocious winds and blinding rain that left infrastructure and agricultural damage to provinces in northern Philippines. Over 58,000 people have evacuated according to […]

Read this post

By Camilla Schramek on 12th September 2018

At the Global Climate Action Summit, women and girls must not be left behind in government and non-state actors’ commitments to climate action

San Francisco, September 12. The 2018 Global Climate Action Summit brings together leaders from business, civil society, and local government from around the world to take climate “ambition to the […]

Read this post

By Camilla Schramek on 31st July 2018

Massive heatwaves across the globe cause millions to feel the heat of climate change

PRESS RELEASE 31 July 2018. The Northern Hemisphere is experiencing one of the hottest summers in recent history, while heatwaves, droughts wildfires and massive crop shortfalls are currently occurring around […]

Read this post

20th June 2018

Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas

Under the auspices of the Government of Colombia as host country, in cooperation with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), the sixth session of the Regional Platform […]

Read this post

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 […]

Read this post

By Camilla Schramek on 11th June 2018

CARE Outlines Four Outcomes from Successful Adaptation in Small-Scale Agriculture

Lilongwe, June 11, 2018. Projections tell us that warmer conditions associated with more frequent hot days are likely over most of the interior of southern Africa in the future. A […]

Read this post

10th April 2018

An Illegal Logger in Tanzania Becomes a Forest Defender

When his three daughters were hungry, Omary Mbunda would turn to illegal timber for money. For him and others in his village of Mbondo, Tanzania, the trees and wildlife in […]

Read this post

View More

CARE Newsletter
Interested in hearing from us?

Knowledge is power. Stay informed!