Care Climate Change

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

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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By Camilla Schramek on 11th June 2018

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

11 June, Malawi. 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 decrease […]

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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 […]

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6th April 2018

Clean Energy & Gender Transformative Change

Nearly 70% of India’s population lives in villages. Lack of resources and energy poverty are primary reasons of why people spend their lives in deprivation. Consumption of traditional sources of […]

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By Fanny Petitbon on 13th March 2018

47th Session of the IPCC

From 13 to 16 March, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), an international body for assessing the science related to climate change, meets in Paris for its 47th session. […]

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8th March 2018

62nd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

Tackling climate change through the empowerment of rural women March 12, 2018 | UN Headquarters | New York City There is clear evidence that climate change is having gender-differentiated impacts, […]

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8th March 2018

A Day In the Life Of… Sudhakar, Field Officer for Where the Rain Falls

Tucked away in the central heartland of India, Chhattisgarh State is rich in forest, water and land resources but the ethnic minorities who populate the area are among the poorest […]

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By Camilla Schramek on 5th March 2018

Building coastal resilience in Thailand and Indonesia

In heavily populated coastal areas of Thailand and Indonesia, high levels of erosion due to environmental degradation are being exacerbated by climate change impacts, such as rising sea levels and increased […]

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