Our Demands | Act Now for Climate Justice
In December 2015 there is a climate conference in Paris which is an important step in moving the world towards a low-carbon, resilient future. Ahead of this conference all countries will put forward their commitments, coming up with an agreement that provides the basis for global actions on climate change. We need an agreement that brings climate justice stopping the catastrophic consequences of climate change and ensuring sustainable development for all. Make your voice heard and send your message!
Yeb Sano | Act Now for Climate Justice
Photo Credit: Christian Aid / Ross Hemingway. ACT alliance, 2016.
Vivian Berroterán Rodríguez | Act Now for Climate Justice
8220;There are lots of hurricanes here, two or three times a year. We lose our harvests and sometimes people die. They’re more powerful than they used to be. When I was little there were fewer hurricanes.”. ACT alliance, 2016.
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Mofazzal Kagzi | Act Now for Climate Justice
8220;I have seen many changes in my life time. In the past farming used to be a good living. Now because of climate change this is not possible,” says Mofazzal Kagzi, 69 a fisher in Bangladesh. When Cyclone Aila hit in 2009, it destroyed his pond and all his fish escaped. Photo Credit: Christian Aid / Genevieve Lomax. ACT alliance, 2016.
Jesus ‘Chus’ Echavarria | Act Now for Climate Justice
The tropical depression which swept through El Salvador in October 2011 flooded Chus’s house, and the family was forced to stay in an emergency shelter. Here’s what he said about climate change. ACT alliance, 2016.
Melvin Veterra | Act Now for Climate Justice
When Melvin Veterra’s home started to sway, the stark reality hit. “I was scared. I thought I would die.”. It is clear from climate scientists that climate change makes extreme events like Typhoon Haiyan more likely. Just like Melvin and his family, like many households across the Philippines faced an uncertain future. Credit: Christian Aid / Ross Hemingway. ACT alliance, 2016.
Aldiouma Karambe | Act Now for Climate Justice
Aldiouma is one of the leaders of the anti-erosion committee in his village, which was set up by Christian Aid partner APH (Action pour la Promotion Humaine) to help the community adapt to the changing climate. Photo Credit: Christian Aid / Lilly Peel. ACT alliance, 2016.
Take Action | Act Now for Climate Justice
The ‘Act Now for Climate Justice’ campaign has just started, and soon we will step up pressure for climate justice with new activities. Make sure to Sign the Petition, and sign up to stay tuned for more activities to be part of in the coming months! Coming up in 2015:. Prayers an other faith activities. Please sign up at the form below, and we will send you updates! Relation to one of organizations behind this campaign. ACT Now For Climate Justice Campaign. ACT alliance, 2016.
Martha Balderama | Act Now for Climate Justice
Things have changed. It is summer now but it’s raining. It’s meant to be dry. In the past the heat was bearable but now it’s much hotter. When the weather ruins the crops I have to replant. It costs time and money,’ says 72 year-old Martha Balderama. Thanks to the project, farmers have seen a reduction in costs, improved harvests and increased incomes. Ultimately, by adapting their ways, vulnerable famers are becoming more resilient in the face of climate change. ACT alliance, 2016.