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World Humanitarian Day: A Day for Our Humanity
By Thomas Reynolds, Mission Director of CARE International in the Caucasus
Aware of an earthquake that had struck moments earlier, Robin Needham rushed to the beach imploring others to get Read More
Fighting poverty = protecting the environment
Very often "fighting global poverty" and "protecting the environment" mean the exact same thing. This video about forests from our CARE colleagues in Denmark explains why.
Why I Joined 50,000 Other People in the Journey to Rio
By Kevin Henry, Project Coordinator, "Where the Rain Falls"
June 20, 2012, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Helene Gayle is co-chairing the World Economic Forum
by Andisheh Nouraee
The World Economic Forum on East Asia opened today in Bangkok. Forum sessions will focus on physical and economic connectivity in East Read More
A Tribute to Wangari Maathai
CARE mourns the loss of Wangari Maathai, Kenyan Nobel Laureate and founder of the Green Belt Movement, which CARE actively supported beginning in 1994.
Maathai died early Monday morning Read More
We can, so we must!!!
The much awaited COP 15 in Copenhagen, Denmark is finally here and from today, Monday 7th December till Friday 18th December, the world will Read More
A Call to Action for Negotiators at Bonn
Last night, CARE and UN University presented a jointreport on climate induced migration at the UN climate meetings in Read More
UN Climate Talks Begin in Bonn, Germany
Here we are in Bonn, Germany. So far, seven of us from CARE International have arrived, representing CARE Denmark, CARE Brazil, and CARE USA. Why are we here? Well, the Read More
UN Climate Talks Begin in Bonn
Here we are in Bonn, Germany. So far, six of us from CARE International have arrived, representing CARE Denmark, CARE Brazil, and CARE USA. Why are we here? Well, the Read More
A reminder that people, not words, are what's important
I spent two full days at the UN Climate Change Conference in Poznan. Until then my knowledge of these issues was very vague and abstract. I could barely grasp what was happening when TV cameras Read More