Stories about: Climate change

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  • Wind turbine (Photo: Consumers Energy/Flickr)

    2050: year zero?

    Greenhouse gas emissions are set to be cut to almost zero in the UK by 2050, according the government's climate change plan. Exciting news or too little too late?

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  • Taking care of God's earth

    A reflection by Rev Canon Dr Claire Nye Hunter, an Anglican priest in Grahamstown, South Africa.

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  • Fifty years, fifty countries: Malawi

    Malawi is a small country with huge beauty and potential. Tucked between Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique, much of the country is dominated by Lake Malawi – home to more species of fish than any other lake in the world. Malawi’s people are incredibly tenacious, friendly and full of life; however, they are also facing immense challenges.

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  • Fifty years, fifty countries: Burundi

    Burundi, in East Africa, is one of the poorest nations in the world. The mostly rural population are almost entirely reliant on agriculture for their income. However, over-exploitation of the land has resulted in soil infertility, leading to widespread food shortages. Climate change and political instability have only made the situation worse, with many families fleeing to neighbouring countries. This is what led to Beni* being abandoned.

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  • Planting Trees of Life

    For Aaden* and his fellow villagers, climate change isn’t just a vague concept, it’s a harsh reality that impacts their lives in devastating ways.

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  • Man with cattle ploughing field in India

    Voice from the Village

    Ramesh Babu has just attended the CoP climate conference in Marrakech, Morocco. Where he works in rural India, climate change isn’t a controversial…

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