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Welcome to Oxfam India’s Climate Change campaign blog



Poor people are least responsible for climate change. But they are affected first and the worst.

In our country over 800,000,000 poor people are extremely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.

It’s not too late – we can contain climate change and prevent catastrophe, if we act together, now.

Be the change. Act now on climate change:

Thank you.

8 Comments leave one →
  1. 05/11/2009 9:23 pm

    Even letting the debate continue, when our species may hang in the balance, says something about us. I argue that there is a certain presumptuousness surrounding our approach to how we are addressing global warming that goes well beyond simply having a short-term perspective. What if the cockroach has a more sustainable position? I recommend the following post:

  2. 09/07/2010 12:00 pm

    Oxfam India
    Dear Sir,
    I wrote to you via your Website a few days ago and I am following up with this letter. Not sure that the message reached you, I am writing this letter.
    We set up the Purkal Youth Development Society (PYDS) with these same goals over ten years ago. This rural area is situated in the North of India, at the foot of the Himalayas and you might like to see our Website for more information on us.
    We are a bit different from the other initiatives that deal with education and development in that we have chosen to concentrate on a few poor young people with academic potential and give them everything possible to help them excel. We believe that in this manner these young people will become leaders over the years and bring about the changes that we desire. We have grown and brought about changes in attitudes and standards of living.
    Education of the girl child and women’s empowerment are issues that are fundamental to the philosophy that we pursue.
    I am keen to know whether we could win any support from your Foundation since we today subsist on a fragile budget dependant on a large number of friends who support our cause, each of them with a small contribution from year to year.

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