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International aid organization Oxfam welcomed encouraging remarks made by heads of state at the UN Summit on Climate Change, but cautioned that it remains to be seen if they will be translated into a fair, ambitious and binding global treaty in Copenhagen this December.

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Oxfam and GCCA have created this new video to demonstrate the human impact of climate change.

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Thousands of people gathered in New York's Central Park on Sunday to kick off Climate Week, in the Countdown to Copenhagen.

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A new Oxfam report has today warned that at least 4.5 million children could die unless world leaders deliver additional funds to help poor countries fight the growing impact of climate change, rather than diverting it from existing aid promises.

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Oxfam Global Ambassador and actor Gael Garcia Bernal joins other global citizens, as they support Oxfam's tck tck tck Climate Change Campaign.

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This large circular dike in Mali was constructed to retain water during the rainy season so that the ground could be more easily cultivated. However the rain never came. Credit: Dave Clark/Oxfam

Rich countries' inertia is sabotaging a climate deal and abandoning millions of the worlds poorest people to a desperate future said Oxfam on the final day of international climate talks in Bonn today.

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This image shows a general view of the Perito Moreno glacier in Patagonia, southern Argentina. Credit: EPA/Orestis Panagiotou

Rich countries have a ’double duty’ to cut emissions at home and to help fund emissions reductions in poor countries in order to get a fair and safe climate deal, according to a new report by international agency, Oxfam today.

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