Nurnahar and her family have seen the climate crisis take everything. They live in Bangladesh, a country where two-thirds of the land is less than 5 meters above sea level and increasingly
Each morning, men living in fishing communities along Ghana’s coastline push off in search of the day’s catch. But when the boats come back to shore, it’s the women who take over.
One of the key findings of the most recent UN report on the mounting perils of climate change is that rising temperatures pose a distinct risk to indigenous people, who are often