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Biogas technology makes life safer and easier for women.
As demand for fresh water grows, young researchers from the University of Honduras are working with local communities on comprehensive solutions.
How Indigenous groups are safeguarding nature and supporting the fight against climate change
For the Wayúu people, cultivating the guajiro bean is an integral part of their culture, and contributes to build resilience to climate change.
Indigenous communities in Belize find a livelihood and a home while protecting and restoring the forest's ecosystems.
Communities are demanding governments to address the climate injustices they are facing. Here we explain what climate justice is and why it matters.
There is an urgency to respond to the loss and damage caused by climate change. Those most affected are often the most vulnerable populations.
Despite facing adversities, young people continue to be at the forefront of climate action, raising hopes and inspiring change.
Hear to what people in El Salvador have to say about the way climate is changing in the country and how it is impacting them.
As climate change impacts intensify, finance for mitigation and adaptation becomes crucial for Lebanon.
How smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe are reaping bumper crops by adapting to a changing climate.
To meet their climate goals, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina are pursuing just transitions to low-carbon future.
Here are six major takeaways from the latest IPCC report - the most important report on climate change in a decade.
The climate crisis, just like nearly every other humanitarian and development challenge, has a greater impact on women. We explain how.