Oxfam is participating in the Global Climate Action Summit to put a face to the millions of people who are forced to flee their homes due to climate change, and help find solutions to climate-changed related migration.
The carbon footprint of the world’s one 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.
An interrogation of Kenya’s energy options suggests that the answer is: Not yet.
Oxfam files Freedom of Information Act requests with nine government agencies to uncover details of Trump’s Paris Agreement withdrawal decision.
Reducing emissions of methane, black carbon, and other short-lived climate pollutants is critical to poverty alleviation and development, and provides fast-action solutions to address climate change.
As we look toward tonight's State of the Union speech, Oxfam's policy experts weigh in with our perspective on the state of things for people living in poverty.
In drought-stricken northern Kenya, Oxfam is working with local water companies to distribute clean drinking water through electronic water meters.