Comic Relief and climate change – first steps

Peter Macfadyen

Climate change has already had a very significant impact on many people in Africa in both subtle and catastrophic ways. In early 2006, Comic Relief began to recognize this trend and set in place a process to better understand what was happening and how poor people might be affected. With this knowledge they have begun to make changes at an organizational level and to decide how best to respond, both as a funder and as a communicating organization.

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