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Changing weather, fewer crops - a farmer's story

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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.

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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.

Stay up to date with all of our latest news from Oxfam at the conference by

About Oxfam International

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Oxfam International is a confederation of 13 organizations working together with over 3,000 partners in more than 100 countries to find lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. Our mission is a just world without poverty and our goal is to enable people to exercise their rights and manage their own lives. Visit our website for more information www.oxfam.org

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

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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

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

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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.

Climate Conference inspires a song

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Popular Indonesian Musican NugiePopular musician and entertainer Nugie, has had a long involvement in promoting environmental issues in his home country of Indonesia.

Riding 1447 kilometers to Fight Climate Poverty

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Indonesia’s “Bike for Earth” cyclists get ready to ride to Fight Climate Poverty.</p />
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Proven Public Solutions

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by Louis Bélanger, Media Officer Oxfam International
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Last Thursday we organised a successful panel at the World Bank meetings, to launch the For All campaign, and have a debate on the key messages with the heads of health and education at the world bank.

Oxfam at the annual meetings

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by Elizabeth Stuart, Senior Policy Advisor and Head of Relations with World Bank and IMF Oxfam International
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In between briefing journalists clamouring for stories on the World Bank's new president, following press conferences and briefings, and holding lobby meetings, Oxfam spoke at two important seminars yesterday.