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  • Climate change laps at front door of the Torres Strait Islands

    December 08, 2015

    Mebai Warusam sits under his stilt-supported house, facing the Pacific Ocean’s turquoise waters lapping 50 metres from his front gate. At 91, born and raised on the island of Saibai in the Torres Strait, he is an elder visitors and locals turn to for knowledge. A few years ago, he says, researchers from down south […]

  • Empower Malawi’s women farmers to lead on conservation agriculture

    December 08, 2015

    Climate change is affecting people across the planet, however, it disproportionately impacts women, particularly those living in poor countries who are traditionally tasked with gathering food, water and fuel for the family.  As climate change dries up streams and lakes, women are walking longer distances to fetch water, firewood and other domestic necessities that are […]

  • High and dry in Nepal’s Mustang Valley

    December 02, 2015

    In a trans-Himalayan region that receives less than 200 millimeters of rain a year, erratic rain and snowfall have led to a deepening water crisis. Known formerly as the Kingdom of Lo, and open to outsiders only in 1992, Upper Mustang still has an air of mystery around it. Bordering China on the north and […]