‘Unprecedented’ — it’s a term that’s thrown around a lot these days, and for good reason. With climate change supercharging the atmosphere and throwing weather patterns into disarray, the fallout is hitting the world’s most vulnerable people the hardest.
From children being exploited to rivers drying up, millions of lives and livelihoods are already being impacted with barely 1.5º C of warming.
With swift, coordinated action, the world still has time to avoid the very worst effects of climate change. But many have experienced it already and those living in poverty are in urgent need of help today.