Effective interventions backed by science can empower communities to adapt to climate change through sustainable resource management and maintainance of fragile ecosystems.
Climate change is inevitable and its impact are real. Fragile ecosystems will collapse if not cared for.
Even with overall changes in our approach, the earth is going to heat up. This will create more extreme weather events and changes in natural resources that will impact the poor and rural communities the most.
We work together with other non-profits, corporations, government, individuals, communities, and scientist to assess climate change, determine its impact on community and biodiversity, and strengthen resilience of communities against climate change.
Our hope is to achieve better understanding of impacts of climate change to communities and biodiversity. This understanding is crucial to create resilient communities equipped with knowledge and technologies to adapt to changing environment.