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14,000 people got out and marched in Ostend during COP21 talks. Photo: Oxfam Solidarité

Blog: COP21: Three perspectives on the Paris climate deal

As the COP21 talks end, we speak to three people from around the world to get their highlight of COP21, their views on the outcomes of the climate talks, and what they think the next steps for the climate movement are after Paris.

Blog: Inspiration from the streets: Young people are leading the fight for climate action

Climate change is already devastating the lives of millions of people around the globe, hitting the poorest first and worst. With governments still slow and shy in their response to this global issue, our youth are leading people taking to the streets to act on climate!

Nashima Potawan, 47, and her four children were forced to move to Madalum during the Marawi Siege, and months later faced the devastating effects of Typhoon Vinta.

Blog: Philippines: Mothers of Marawi hopeful after months of fear

Last year, residents of Marawi in the Philippines faced two major disasters: In May, they were uprooted by a violent siege and seven months later, they faced a deadly typhoon. Oxfam is supporting a consortium of local organizations who are helping families stay healthy and safe in the wake of these crises, rebuild their lives and prepare for future disasters.

Oxfam is providing clean water for the IDP (internally displaced people) centers, in three drought-hit regions of Ethiopia. Photo: Abiy Getahun/Oxfam

Blog: El Niño and Climate change: All you need to know

A super El Niño weather system is causing extreme weather in many parts of the world, including drought and flooding. The poorest and most vulnerable people are being hit hardest, leaving millions facing water shortages, hunger and disease.

Danone

Blog: Danone's missed opportunity to be legen-DAIRY on climate

As the biggest food company in the country that is hosting the historic climate talks, as a global business that has been a big contributor to climate change through its emissions from operations and supply chains, and as a business that is directly impacted by the impacts of climate change, Danone had a unique responsibility to act now, and to act boldly. Unfortunately, its recently released policy fails to do just that.

Climate change is causing hunger.

Blog: Collective voices critical to end hunger

As GROW Week came to a close, Dorah Ntunga from Oxfam in Uganda reflected on World Food Day as the pivotal moment for Africa’s Women.Food.Climate campaign.

Birtukan Dagnachew Tegegn on her farm in northern Ethiopia. Photo: Ashenafi Molla/Oxfam

Blog: Women farmers challenge world leaders to change climate agenda

As world leaders prepare for the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) in Paris in December to hammer out a climate deal, Female Food Heroes and others from across the continent are asking those representing Africa to take a bold stance.

Oxfam delivers hygiene kits, Ambrym Island, Vanuatu. Photo: Amy Christian/Oxfam

Blog: Journey to Ambrym: Oxfam aid delivery in Vanuatu

In the aftermath of Cyclone Pam, Oxfam distributed hygiene kits to the most affected families in the east of Ambrym Island, one of the islands in Vanuatu, and also to carried out an assessment of people’s needs since the cyclone hit.

Angelique Kidjo with others at front of the People's Climate March in NYC

Blog: Over 675,000 of us made history by marching for change

All around the world the appetite for real action on climate change couldn’t be clearer, it’s on us all now to keep putting pressure on political and business leaders to act. 

Winnie Byanyima and other supporers at People's Climate March in New York

Blog: People's Climate March around the world: Pictures from the biggest climate mobilisation ever

On Sunday the 21st of September 2014, just days before world leaders gathered for a UN summit on climate change, Oxfam joined people around the world for the biggest ever mobilization on climate. Here is a selection of some of our favorite photos.

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