Millions of people in poorer countries are bearing the brunt of the climate crisis – a crisis they did not create. Changing weather patterns, droughts and storms in these climate-vulnerable nations mean lost livelihoods and food insecurity.
Wealthier nations have pledged to give $100 billion a year to countries on the frontline of the climate emergency, but they are yet to deliver on their promises.
While they wait for the money that’s been promised, those in climate-vulnerable countries are doing all they can to adapt to the impacts of the changing climate. This means diverting money away from essential healthcare and education services to pay for climate-adaptation measures.
Tearfund’s worldwide network of partners and local churches are delivering practical solutions to the climate crisis – from new farming techniques and tree-planting to projects tackling the waste crisis.
You can help these solutions reach those most impacted by climate change, by making a donation today.