Frustrated by Australia’s lack of commitment to tackling climate change? Ever wished you could put words in the PM’s mouth? Now you can! Create your Talking Kev
International Volunteer Day (5 December 2009) is the perfect opportunity to celebrate our Oxfam volunteers – the backbone of our organisation. Want to be a part of something bigger? Find out how.
Test how much you know about the future of our planet by playing the new interactive quiz – The Climate Challenge. Play it now.
People from Australia and around the world will testify to the devastating impacts that climate change is already having on their lives at Australia’s first Climate Hearing, on Monday 23 November at the State Library in Melbourne at 6pm. Even if you’re not in Melbourne, you can still get involved. Find out more.
If you’re in Melbourne, why not buy one of our freshly cut, specially grown pine Christmas trees this year?
Right now a staggering one billion people are living without clean water.
As the Ethiopian government issues an emergency appeal for food aid, international aid agency Oxfam is calling for a radical shake up in the way the world deals with food crises in Ethiopia and other countries.
There is enough food grown in the world for everyone. And yet we remain stuck in a food crisis.
Our correspondent Kate Thwaites is on the ground in Padang, reporting on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake.
Natural disasters have wreaked havoc across our region this week. Typhoon Ketsana tore through the Philippines last weekend and has since devastated Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos with floods that have forced thousands to flee. On Wednesday morning a tsunami struck Samoa after an earthquake struck just off the coast, and that night a deadly 7.6 magnitude earthquake hit the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.