Tagged: GROW

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Jacoba Armoed working in the field, South Africa. Photo: Oxfam

As a result of climate change and its impact on food production, small-scale women farmers in the Western Cape of South Africa are now eating less or nothing at all, and saving the little food they do produce for their families to eat.

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Drought is making it difficult for herding families in southern Ethiopia to earn a living from their livestock. Some people have decided to try a new approach: irrigated farming. With Oxfam's help, they are adapting to the changing climate by tapping the Dawa River for water.

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Exclusive video from Coldplay live in Berlin on 21st December 2011 released by Oxfam to celebrate thousands of fans joining the GROW food justice campaign on the December leg of the Mylo Xyloto tour. http://www.oxfam.org/coldplay

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The UN Climate Change Conference in South Africa, COP17, has come to a close but the battle against climate change continues. In this film we look at the outcomes from Durban and the broader issues around getting a global climate deal to keep warming below two degrees.

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Oxfam 'Let them eat coal' stunt at Durban COP17. Photo: Ainhoa Goma/Oxfam

Negotiators at the UN climate talks have narrowly avoided a collapse, agreeing to the bare minimum deal possible.

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Helena Christensen photographing Mez at Kakuma. Photo: Drew Doggett/Oxfam

Just hours before the UN climate talks taking place in Durban (South Africa) wrap up, Oxfam Global Ambassador and photographer Helena Christensen urges ministers to agree a deal which delivers for the world’s poorest people who are already suffering from the impact of climate change.

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On the middle Saturday of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP17, Oxfam along with thousands of people took part in a peaceful march through Durban to demand action on climate change.

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