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Changing weather, fewer crops - a farmer's story


Mr Lauser Vaulu, a farmer from Tanimbar in Indonesia talks about the changes in weather patterns he has noticed and the impact they have had on production of food.


Next week, Oxfam will be at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bali,
Indonesia, to make sure that the impacts of climate change on poor communities and countries, are at the heart of discussions by delegates, as they work on a new global
deal on how to tackle Climate Change.

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Climate change hits the poorest hardest


Natural disasters have quadrupled over the last two decades, from an average of 120 a year in the early 1980s to as many as 500 today.

Our new report "Climate Alarm: Disasters increase as climate change bites " lo

About Oxfam International


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Cambio climático: El cambio climático afecta más duramente a los más pobres


Los desastres naturales se han cuadriplicado en las últimas dos décadas pasando de una media de 120 por año a principios de los 80 a unos 500 en la actualidad.
Nuestro nuevo informe “Alarma Climática: aumentan los desastres a medida que el cambio climático se hace sentir” se refiere a la forma en que la pobreza y la impotencia vuelven más vulnerable a las comunidades frente a los impactos de un clima cambiante y acentúa la necesidad de mitigar, adaptar, reducir el riesgo y mejorar los sistemas de asis

From the people of Tanimbar, Indonesia


Josephine Imelda, works for Oxfam in Indonesia, and recently visited the
Tanimbar, one of the thousands of islands that form Indonesia.

Up in Smoke? Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific region


Oxfam is just one of the 35 development and environment organisations, who have worked together to produce “Up in Smoke” - a series of reports looking at the impacts of Climate Change on development.