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Photo by Georgina Goodwin @ggkenya for @everydayclimatechange. .
Amina Suleiman Gas, 45 stands amidst the carcasses of her dead animals, piled for burning outside the compound where she has lived for 10 years in Barwako village 20kms into the desert from Anaibo Town, central Somaliland. Last week she lost 18 of her animals, now she is left with 12. She sent most of her livestock west with her neighbor in November 2016 when the drought began to get worse and fears they have not survived. Barwako was a village of 100 families but 245 more have come in from the surrounding area because of the drought. Amina is a member of the Villlage Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) who have shared all their savings with the displaced families, now they have nothing left. "We shared everything with them," Amina says. At least 6.2 million people, more than half the population, need assistance after 4 consecutive seasons of failed rains over 3 years have left the region depleted of all its resources and experiencing a drought on a scale not seen since 1974. It is on the verge of famine. CARE International has helped over 300,000 people since the drought situation became critical in October 2016, 200,000 of which have received water assistance.
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Video by Ed Kashi @edkashi/@VIIPhoto for @everydaylimatechange. Nana Acheampong and some of his family work on processing cocoa on their farm in Bonsaaso, Ghana on Oct. 3, 2015. Ghana is among the world’s leading producers of chocolate, but this production is predicted to be greatly impacted by global warming. An article on climate.gov explains cocoa producing countries like Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, and Indonesia will experience a 3.8°F temperature increase by 2050, reducing suitable cultivation areas by a significant amount. “Rising temperatures alone won’t necessesarily hurt cacao production
the danger to chocolate comes from an increase in evapotranspiration, especially since the higher temperatures projected for West Africa by 2050 are unlikely to be accompanied by an increase in rainfall, according to business-as-usual carbon dioxide emissions scenarios. In other words, as higher temperatures squeeze more water out of soil and plants, it’s unlikely that rainfall will increase enough to offset the moisture loss.” #globalwarming #everydayclimatechange #cocoa #ghana #actonclimate #EarthHour

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One of the most beautiful things about Bali is the use of Bamboo. Impeccable and sustainable material. This is one of the amazing uses they give to bamboo here, even the lamp is made from bamboo! Showing our little guy that it IS possible to make 100% sustainable architecture is a gift of life. // Una de las cosas mĂĄs increĂ­bles de Bali es la arquitectura en Bambu. Este material es impecable y muy sostenible. Este es uno de los muchos usos que le encuentran acĂĄ al bambu, hasta la lĂĄmpara estĂĄ hecha de bambu, increĂ­ble! Mostarle a MatĂ­as con @coneyo que SI es posible hacer arquitectura 100% sostenible, es un regalo de la vida.
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Video by Ed Kashi @edkashi/@VIIPhoto for @everydaylimatechange. Nana Acheampong and some of his family work on processing cocoa on their farm in Bonsaaso, Ghana on Oct. 3, 2015. Ghana is among the world’s leading producers of chocolate, but this production is predicted to be greatly impacted by global warming. An article on climate.gov explains cocoa producing countries like Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, and Indonesia will experience a 3.8°F temperature increase by 2050, reducing suitable cultivation areas by a significant amount. “Rising temperatures alone won’t necessesarily hurt cacao production
the danger to chocolate comes from an increase in evapotranspiration, especially since the higher temperatures projected for West Africa by 2050 are unlikely to be accompanied by an increase in rainfall, according to business-as-usual carbon dioxide emissions scenarios. In other words, as higher temperatures squeeze more water out of soil and plants, it’s unlikely that rainfall will increase enough to offset the moisture loss.” #globalwarming #everydayclimatechange #cocoa #ghana #actonclimate #EarthHour

Resist - National Parks are a global treasure. Fascists like Trump trying to silence their science is anti-democratic and boneheaded. Science forms the building blocks of modern society. You can't silence the truth. Ever #vsco #nz #everydayclimatechange #resist

After declining off from a peak in the 1990s and early 2000s, Amazon deforestation increased last year for the first time in the past decade. The forces behind deforestation are myriad: industry, agriculture, mining, but “progress" often comes at an untold cost. https://goo.gl/EEdDdW
I just returned from a month long assignment for @greenpeaceuk to document this increase in deforestation.
This is an aerial view of the western branch of the Rio Uaça as it meanders through rainforest land west of Parque Nacional do Cabo Orange in Brazil.
Beyond that the protection of these lands is vitally important in efforts to stem global warming and climate change, these lands offer a shrinking window into what a world without human impact once looked like. While the new American presidential administration is choosing to ignore, lie and cast doubt about man’s impact on the climate, these alternative facts don’t mean we can ignore it. We all have to make efforts locally - and globally - to ensure that future generations have a healthy Earth to call home.

See more of my images of the Amazon at The Guardian. https://goo.gl/HK85RQ

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The screenings for our #storiesthatmatter programme may be over, but come by still for the #EverydayClimateChange Exhibition, running till 30 Apr.
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@everydayclimatechange shares images by photographers from all over the world regarding climate change. As these photographers are diverse and have different cultures, the assortment of images gathered reflects these varying perspectives. The photographs chosen illustrate the causes and effects of everyday climate change, and possible solutions that different communities are undertaking.
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Part of #storiesthatmatter . Stories That Matter, is an annual @objectifscentre programme that looks at critical issues in our world through photography and film. Thanks to the @everydayclimatechange contributors who are sharing these important stories with us!
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I am in love with our planet. I do believe that we can stop destroying our earth. She doesn't need us humans to flourish, you know. But we need her. And I believe humanity didn't get this far to ruin the only thing we need to survive. I strongly believe that all of us can save our beloved and much needed planet if we only stick together and do everything we can to help her survive us humans. Yes, I believe every single one of you can change the world. 💞

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Photo by Georgina Goodwin @ggkenya for @everydayclimatechange. .
Amina Suleiman Gas, 45 stands amidst the carcasses of her dead animals, piled for burning outside the compound where she has lived for 10 years in Barwako village 20kms into the desert from Anaibo Town, central Somaliland. Last week she lost 18 of her animals, now she is left with 12. She sent most of her livestock west with her neighbor in November 2016 when the drought began to get worse and fears they have not survived. Barwako was a village of 100 families but 245 more have come in from the surrounding area because of the drought. Amina is a member of the Villlage Savings and Loans Association (VSLA) who have shared all their savings with the displaced families, now they have nothing left. "We shared everything with them," Amina says. At least 6.2 million people, more than half the population, need assistance after 4 consecutive seasons of failed rains over 3 years have left the region depleted of all its resources and experiencing a drought on a scale not seen since 1974. It is on the verge of famine. CARE International has helped over 300,000 people since the drought situation became critical in October 2016, 200,000 of which have received water assistance.
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#lenscultureportraits #portrait #portraitphotography #documentary #photojournalism #everydayclimatechange #womenphotojournalism @Catchlight.io #ReportageSpotlight #justbackfrom #waterislife #mycanon #visualsoflife #canonphotos #pastoralism #acolorstory #canon5dmarkiii #climatechange #globalwarming #Somaliland #drought #water #safewater #vsco

the 4.continent, east-afrika is drought-stricken but the President of the United States denies #climatechange . Here is my new work for #tropicice #placesofclimatechangeindialog #tansania #actonclimate #climatechangeisreal #350org #everydayclimatechange #leonardodicaprio #amazonwatch

@Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #Regram #RG @everydayclimatechange: Photo by Georgina Goodwin @ggkenya for @everydayclimatechange.
This image of an Amhara boy and his horse in barren fields that should be full of wheat and teff was taken in Wollo 600kms north of Ethiopia's capital Addis in 2008 when the entire region suffered major drought as both the years' rains failed. Ethiopia continues to face the same issues of failed rains and are currently suffering the worst drought in 30 years exacerbated by the El Niño phenomenon. A recent climate change study in the Horn of Africa finds that the land is drying out at an unusually fast pace as a result of soaring greenhouse gas emissions. Associate professor at the University of Arizona and lead author of the study Jessica Tierney said in a statement in the IBTimes, "Given the scale of threats in Africa and across the world, studying the hyper-local impacts of climate change will be critical to helping communities adapt and prepare" . In a country where more than eight in ten people depend on rain-fed agriculture, the drought is having a significant impact and the Ethiopian government estimates that more than 9 million people will need humanitarian assistance in 2016.

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Do you want to see Oregon's weak forestry laws updated to protect our public commons?  Now you have the opportunity to speak up! Pacific Rivers has introduced legislation to reform the Oregon Forest Practices Act and there will be a hearing this Thursday March 30th in Salem at the Capitol. This is an opportunity to make a difference!
Thursday, March 30, 2017 Time: 8:00 AM
Hearing Room D
900 Court St. NE,
HR-D
Salem, OR 97301

Photo: Shane Anderson
#Oregon #forest #river #nature #everydayclimatechange #keeporegongreen #pacificrivers

Today marks the launch of the new ÂŁ1 coin. A 12 sided coin that is being billed as the 'most secure coin in the world' . But is it helping to secure a world free of climate change that we want to see?
The banks a lot of us save and spend our money with are still investing in fossil fuels which are causing climate change.
To mark the occasion, use your new pound coin for good. Post a picture of your new coin and share messages with the banks - @royalbank @barclaysuk @hsbc and Lloyds Bank - asking them to keep the future of this coin and all other investments clean by making the Big Shift to renewable energy.

#newpoundcoin #poundcoin #climatechange #everydayclimatechange #currency #changeiscoming #money #moneymoneymoney #brighterdays #brighterfuture #divestment #keepitclean #campaigners #solarpower

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#Repost @everydayclimatechage --- Photo by Ashley Crowther @ashleycrowtherorg for @everydayclimatechange: By no comparable
measure, women across the worlds developing, harsh, and remote areas carry the heaviest burdens. They are the carers, the workers, the cooks, and the
managers.
In a world where the climate is warming dramatically, women in these areas are on the front lines. On top of their already heavy workloads they are now having to walk further and worker harder due to a range of climate related issues such as drought.
Pictured, is a a woman of India's remote Spiti Valley at dusk storing fodder for the livestock to eat over the long and cold Himalayan winter.
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Photo by @duniaimaji (Fahreza Ahmad).
#Fishermen pushing the boat that will be used to spread the trawl. #Aceh Province. Early March 2017.
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From the Pink Slug Re-introduction program.
Photograph by @mrclnd
Location: Hawaii.
As a result of the continued downward spiral of the pink slug population, one of the most colorful wildlife recovery efforts ever attempted began; The Pink Slug Re-introduction program. .

Sent a dm if you too want to relocate a pink slug in your neighbourhood. . .

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The ice formations on Jokusarlon beach offer seemingly endless aesthetic compositions. @jonnybellphotography ice diamond images consider the implications of increasing melt from glaciers and #Disappearance #iceland #blackandwhitephotography #blacksandbeach #blurry #blur #jokusarlon #jonnybell #glaciers #everydayclimatechange #climatechange #mystopover #multipleexposure #multipleexposures

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