Climate Change

Le changement climatique

The impact of climate change means a lower quality of life for the world’s most vulnerable people. At home and abroad, we need to make commitments to halt climate change by lowering emissions and building capacity in resource-poor nations.

Climate change is already having a serious negative impact on the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people. It is affecting growing conditions and causing more hunger. It is expanding the areas where diseases such as malaria can spread. It is raising sea levels and affecting water supplies. And it is causing more frequent and more severe extreme weather events.

It's Time To Take Action On Poverty And Climate Change


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A billion dollar Canadian bill? Take a closer look and you will notice that although it bears a slight resemblance to our $5 bill, this $1 Billion Climate Cash bill illustrates what could happen to our iconic Canadian winter scenes if we don’t take action on climate change. It also draws attention to the $1 Billion that is now being wasted on subsidies to the fossil fuel industry as well as the $1 Billion that is needed to help poor countries cope with climate change.

Help low-income countries cope with Climate Change

The impact of climate change means a lower quality of life for the world’s most vulnerable people. At home and abroad, we need to make commitments to halt climate change by lowering emissions and building capacity in resource-poor nations.

Climate change is already having a serious negative impact on the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people. It is affecting growing conditions and causing more hunger. It is expanding the areas where diseases such as malaria can spread. It is raising sea levels and affecting water supplies. And it is causing more frequent and more severe extreme weather events.

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