What does a duck named Velma have to do with climate change? CARE’s Helene D. Gayle explained the answer to The Weather Channel in a series of interviews from climate change thought leaders.
Political leaders must ramp up climate action, says CARE
Water. Tasteless. Odorless. Colorless. You can see right through it. So when you have it in abundance, it’s easy to, well, look right past it, to take it for granted, in fact.
Tonya Rawe is the Senior Advisor for Policy and Research, Food & Nutrition Security, CARE
“It was at midnight when we heard a roaring sound and quickly we noticed that the house was filling with water. In no time the water was knee-high and I immediately decided to climb to the roof top of the house with my two children, Manesi and Marita.
(December 14, 2014) - The words of Peruvian Environment Minister Pulgar Vidal, who urged nations meeting at the climate talks in Lima to “give hope to the world”, but governments have largely failed to lay the foundations for an ambitious climate deal in 2015.
(November 28, 2014) – Ahead of the UN ‘COP20’ climate talks in Lima, Peru, CARE International says governments must succeed in delivering a blue print for an ambitious and just climate deal in 2015 that delivers a safer future for the world’s poorest people.