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Subject: climate change

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What does coal have to do with hunger? More than you think.

Fact: Emissions from burning coal are the single biggest driver of climate change, accounting for a massive 40% of the world's CO2 emissions. That's a whole lot...

Vanuatu won't be the last poor country devastated by climate change inaction

Oxfam's CEO Mark Goldring on the effects of Cyclone Pam and what the world can do. ...

The Welsh Doughnut

Hayley Richards, Policy & Advocacy Officer at Oxfam Cymru explains the concept behind the new Welsh Doughnut model.   ...

What do Stephen Fry, Shakespeare and extreme weather have in common?

What do Stephen Fry, Shakespeare and extreme weather have in common? Easy: they all feature in this beautiful film by Ridley Scott Associates. Fry, alongside celebs including David Harewood, Meera...

Mymensingh/Bangladesh  credit:Tom Pietrasik/Oxfam

2015 A year for action

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A year after the storms from Somerset to Bolivia

Did you see the flooding in the UK on TV last winter? How could you have missed it - the havoc this extreme weather event wreaked was on every channel for days. Even the leaders of all the political parties...

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It’s time for politicians to listen to the people - not the polluters

We took action Back in September we put climate change back on the agenda when over 40,000 of us took over the streets of London for the Peoples Climate March, marching in solidarity...

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Fight the fossil fuel giants

Fossil fuel corporations spend €44 million per year lobbying the EU in Brussels. Bad news if you care about climate change. Especially since EU leaders are meeting in seven days to draw up a climate...

What is EU 2030 and why should you care

This EU Summit could change the world and most people haven't even heard about it:  What is EU 2030 and why should you care? We all know that what goes on in Brussels has...

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The people walked the walk. Global leaders talked the talk. Now it’s time for our leaders to walk the talk.

We marched. On Sunday 21st September, just days ahead of the Ban Ki-moon Climate Summit in New York, Oxfam supporters joined 40,000 people marching at the People's Climate March in London....

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