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Helena Christensen visited Peru with Oxfam in 2009. Photo: Philip Riches

Oxfam Global Ambassador and photographer Helena Christensen today completed a visit to Nepal with international agency, Oxfam, to raise awareness through her photography of the effects of climate change.

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Oxfam Global Ambassadors call on international negotiators to protect the world’s poor from climate catastrophe at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun.

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Oxfam's EU Climate Change Policy Adviser, Tim Gore, explains the key issues around climate finance and the UN Climate talks, from the October 2010 UN Climate Talks in Tianjin, China, to the December Summit in Cancun.

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EU environment ministers could break through the dominance of China and the US that prevented progress at the Tianjin climate talks by making key decisions on climate finance when they meet in Luxembourg today, says international agency Oxfam.

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A report on how to raise the billions of dollars needed by millions of poor people already affected by climate change must help jump start the delivery of climate financing.

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As climate negotiations in Tianjin, China, closed today, international development agency Oxfam said the outline of an agreement on a set of decisions at the Cancun summit in December are beginning to appear, but governments will need to work with real urgency to achieve real progress this year.

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Establishing a new Global Climate Fund that is fair, accessible and accountable, and agreeing on a pathway for a binding agreement, are essential building blocks that must be achieved in Cancun.

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Oxfam Senior Climate Change Advisor, Kelly Dent, updates from the UN Climate talks in Tianjin, China, on what Oxfam is expecting out of the Tianjin meeting, do we think there will be a Fair, Ambitious and Binding (FAB) deal in Cancun in December, and why a global climate fund is important.

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The poorest people who need the most help to adapt to a changing climate are largely being bypassed by the small amount of climate funds now being disbursed, says a new Oxfam report published today at the UN climate change talks in Tianjin, China.

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Veg gardens that float on floodwaters.

To adapt to Climate change on a global scale, poor communities need money. World leaders must act now to provide it. You have the power to plant the idea. You can sow the seed.

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