Oxfam is in Durban, South Africa for the latest round of climate negotiations, COP 17. They’re pushing for decisive action from the leaders before the end of the talks.
On the middle Saturday of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP17, thousands of people took part in a peaceful march to demand action on climate change.
Clean water means life. Oxfam New Zealand’s Water for Survival program in PNG improves the life of many of the 5 million without clean, safe water.
This is the launch video for The Robin Hood Tax campaign. A coalition of over 30 charities and non-profit organisations has come together to demand a very small tax on financial transactions to raise serious money for poor people at home and abroad.
Around the world, people are fighting climate change in extraordinary ways. In Thailand, Oxfam is working with rice farming communities. Innovative water pumps and new farming techniques are just two of the ways in which people are adapting.
Shout until you are blue in the face and get a new look at Glastonbury this year with Oxfam…
The planet warming up and so are our celebrity contestants. Take Oxfam’s climate challenge quiz and play along with David Tennant, Ashley Jensen, Mackenzie Crook and Miranda Richardson. Test your knowledge. Challenge your friends.
A spoof of the film Glengarry, Glen Ross, Oxfam begin their campaign calling on investors, national governments, and international organisations to take a variety of measures to put a stop land grabbing.