Millions of the world’s poorest people are feeling the impact of climate change right now. Yet millions hold a vision of a better future and are showing their love for the world – making changes in their lives to tread more lightly and lead by example.
In developing countries people are campaigning for change and adapting to new climates in innovative ways.
A climate warning from the Indian jungle
Discover the tale of the tiger, the fisherman, his wife and our future.
How man eating tigers protect millions
Bouncing back against all odds: El Salvador and climate change
In El Salvador, Jorge and his community are determined not to let the threat of climate change destroy a livelihood that many families depend on.
Developing alternative incomes
Rice farmers battling extreme weather in the Philippines
Martha Balderama has witnessed many typhoons in her lifetime. We're working with rice farmers like Martha to adapt to the effects of climate change.
Adapting to climate change
Mali solar project
Our partner Mali-Folkecenter is harnessing sunlight to power development across the country.
Farming pioneers: making every drop count
Widowed in 2000, Lilian found a secure future when – with the help of Christian Aid partners Zimpro - she discovered a new farming technique.
Adapting to climate change: missing the rain?
'Before, we used to be able to predict the rains by the time of year, and see the signs. Now we can’t.' Find out how text message weather forecasts help James feed his children.
Meet Elizabeth. She’s one in a million
Elizabeth helps communities in Bolivia understand the causes and consequences of climate change.