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Join the ACT NOW for Climate Justice campaign!

Join the ACT NOW for Climate Justice campaign!

Jul 01, 2015

Tell the World's Leaders: "Climate change affects everyone but especially the most poor and vulnerable people. We call on you to cut carbon emissions drastically, and to help the world’s poorest to cope with the impacts of climate change while developing in a sustainable way."

World Refugee Day 2015

World Refugee Day 2015

Jun 20, 2015

Listen to Pope’s wisdom, save the planet

Listen to Pope’s wisdom, save the planet

Jun 18, 2015

ACT Alliance welcomes the message of Pope Francis, and echoes his concern for creation, and his warning that our current way of living is not sustainable.

Archbishop of Cape Town calls for higher commitment and common ground at the climate talks

Archbishop of Cape Town calls for higher commitment and common ground at the climate talks

Jun 09, 2015

9 June 2015 - Today at the UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba of Cape Town called on the governments of the world to cut carbon emissions drastically to help the world’s poorest people cope with the impact of climate change and to develop in a sustainable way.

In the midst of rising temperatures ACT Alliance calls for climate action

In the midst of rising temperatures ACT Alliance calls for climate action

May 30, 2015

30 May 2015 - Governments meeting in Bonn, Germany, for the next two weeks to search for a sustainable solution to the global problem of climate change, will do so against the backdrop of the latest devastating climate phenomenon with India experiencing unprecedented heat waves that have killed more than 1000 people already.

Nepal - needs are still great

Nepal - needs are still great

May 29, 2015

Balkans still recovering one year after catastrophic floods

Balkans still recovering one year after catastrophic floods

May 28, 2015

28 May 2015 - It's been a difficult year since record rainfall drenched the Balkans last spring, unleashing the worst flooding in more than 100 years and leaving a trail of destruction across Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. More than 70 people lost their lives, while hundreds of thousands of survivors had to evacuate as family homes and farms, roads, and utilities were damaged or destroyed.

Climate Change Project wins the heart of Uganda media and the church

Climate Change Project wins the heart of Uganda media and the church

May 27, 2015

13 May 2015 was the beginning of the ACT Uganda Forum’s effort on climate change to strengthen local climate change advocacy and make local voices heard.

ACT's work in Nepal - one month after the devastating earthquake

ACT's work in Nepal - one month after the devastating earthquake

May 26, 2015

ACT still on the ground helping survivors of the Nepal earthquakes

ACT still on the ground helping survivors of the Nepal earthquakes

May 19, 2015

ACT responds as Nepal hit by 2nd earthquake in two weeks

ACT responds as Nepal hit by 2nd earthquake in two weeks

May 12, 2015

12 May 2015 - ACT Alliance members are continuing relief efforts as a second major earthquake struck eastern Nepal today, two and half weeks after more than 8,000 died in a first devastating quake.

Official launch of ACT Alliance EU

Official launch of ACT Alliance EU

May 06, 2015

On 5 May 2015, ACT Alliance EU celebrated 25 years of advocacy to the European Union as well as its integration to the global alliance as the new ACT Alliance advocacy to the European Union (ACT Alliance EU)

Latest Update from Nepal

Latest Update from Nepal

Apr 30, 2015

Latest updates on ACT's work after the earthquake in Nepal

Video Report from Nepal

Video Report from Nepal

Apr 29, 2015

A short video report from ACT on the ground in Nepal.

ACT Alliance provides emergency response in Nepal

ACT Alliance provides emergency response in Nepal

Apr 27, 2015

27 April 2015 - Over 3,600 people are known to have died in a massive earthquake which hit Nepal on Saturday. More than 6,500 people have been injured. The 7.9 magnitude earthquake was the country's worst natural disaster in more than 80 years.