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How many people does it take to rescue a global climate deal? Lots. In fact, we can only do it with massive public pressure from people like you. And the time is now.
This weekend, thousands of people marched at the UN climate talks in Warsaw, to send the message that we must stop climate change now.
Lead climate change negotiator for the Philippines, Yeb Sano, describes the "unthinkable, horrific and unprecedented devastation left in the wake of Typoon Haiyan", bringing UN climate...
With your help, Oxfam has been campaigning since September on land grabs, as part of our GROW campaign for food justice. We wanted the World Bank to take some urgently needed action to help end land...
In the once tranquil Casiguran municipality of the Philippines, a special economic zone has been initiated by a powerful local political dynasty. There are plans for a deep water shipping port, and...
We've asked you to star in an exclusive video for Coldplay's acoustic version of "In My Place", and help Oxfam fight the injustice...
Our video editor Paul has shared 10 top tips to help you make your Coldplay In My Place video submissions shine:
Keep it simple. A simple idea filmed in an interesting place or an...
Horsemeat scandal got you wondering where your food really comes from? Well, we've got good news and bad news.
The good news: Oxfam has just released a simple way for you to find out which...
Across the UK last December, people highlighted the problem of land grabs - where big companies buy up land in some of the world's poorest countries for profit. Often land grabs mean the people...
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