The indie-folk band's new video for "Better Weather" shows how communities are fighting climate change worldwide.
Oxfam is launching programs across the Sahel, aiming to help one million people sustain their families and way of life.
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Climate change is leading to longer, hotter dry periods, shorter growing seasons, and unpredictable rainfall patterns—all of which make it harder for farmers, both experienced and just learning, to decide when to sow and cultivate their crops.
Oxfam volunteers report back from UN global climate talks.
The sum of all the actions makes a statement: That world leaders have the power to protect food supplies and save lives.
Last year at this time, southern Ethiopia battled drought. This year, the rain continues to fall, weeks past the normal season.
Women’s hard work feeds millions, and women produce the world’s staple crops, but they’re often battling against deep-rooted inequalities.
Over 80,000 people attended Bonnaroo this year, and our dedicated group of Oxfam volunteers and staffers set out to reach as many of those concert-goers as possible.