Climate change is happening now

Climate change affects everyone, but its effects are felt most by the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities - for example, drought-prone sub-Saharan Africa, or in areas such as floodplains or unstable hillsides in Latin America and south-east Asia.

Here at Practical Action, we work in partnership with these very communities across the world, to help them become more resilient and prepared when natural disasters strike and to protect the world around them.

 

Find out how communities in Sudan are helping to fight climate change with community forests. 

 

Blog listing

Ever heard of a Floating Farm?

Meet Shujit Sarkar, a 36 year old farmer from Bangladesh. Shujit is married to Shikha and they ha...
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Reflections on a week at COP23 – the 23rd annual meeting of the UN Conference of Parties on Climate Change

Within a short time of arriving in Bonn early last week, one thing became very clear, it was not ...
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Is the snail accelerating?

With the first week of the conference done and dusted, where are we in negotiations? ...
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Pumpkins against poverty and climate change in Bangladesh

Pumpkin farming in Bangladesh helps some of the most vulnerable people to cope with floods &a...
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