The carbon footprint of the world's 1 billion poorest people represents just 3 percent of the global total. Yet as climate change advances, poor communities are hardest hit. Not only do we have a responsibility to avoid doing harm to others, we must help them adapt.
Story January 21, 2014
With Oxfam’s support, enterprising farmers are turning milk and cheese into cash.
Story December 5, 2013
Clean water, emergency toilets, and hygiene kits are helping prevent the outbreak of waterborne diseases among Filipinos.
Story December 3, 2013
In high-altitude Peru, an irrigation system and a reservoir help a family secure their future.
First Person blog October 28, 2013
A land restoration project in the Ethiopian village of Ilancho has provided local youths with a source of income: grass that can be cut and fed to livestock.
First Person blog August 12, 2013
The indie-folk band's new video for "Better Weather" shows how communities are fighting climate change worldwide.
First Person blog June 14, 2013
They call it the "lean time." Farmers are nervously awaiting the rains, preparing their fields, and thinking about the growing season.