CARE recognises that to achieve our global vision we must prevent, reduce, and mitigate our own impact on climate change and environmental crises.
Developing countries and those that are particularly vulnerable to adverse impacts of climate change will not obtain the support to which they are entitled unless the wealthy, CARE's new report asserts.
This RGA explores existing information and data regarding gender, age, and disability to inform humanitarians of pre-existing vulnerabilities and capacities of crisis affected populations, and of the best suited programmatic approach to people with…
Women and girls in the most vulnerable and marginalized communities bear the biggest brunt of climate change. CARE has listed demands to world leaders on COP27 to build a gender-just climate action.
New CARE report shows that most public climate finance reported by rich countries is actually taken from development aid budgets
We urge the co-legislators to introduce an effective and robust obligation to prevent and end adverse human rights and environmental impacts across the entire value chain, in a risk-based and proportionate manner.
This document lays out our 2030 ambition to reach a world of hope, inclusion, and social justice.
The climate crisis affects the poorest and most marginalized people in developing countries, especially women and girls, through the impacts it has on their lives. Our goal is that 25 million people, particularly women and girls, have strengthened their…
In 2009, developed countries made a commitment to support climate activities in developing countries but our analysis shows that current official figures for adaptation finance are severely overstated and far too high.