Climate change is devastating the planet. As a result of man-made actions, our climate is changing and our planet is suffering – both wildlife and human populations.
We’ve all seen recently how bushfires are devastating the Australian outback. An area the size of South Korea has been destroyed, while more than a billion animals are estimated to have died as a result. Australia is in crisis as their natural landscape and ecosystems are in disarray. The world is watching, shocked at the results of this ongoing climate crisis.
Sadly, this isn’t the first instance of climate-induced disaster. All across the world, communities are struggling to survive against climate-induced drought, flooding and food shortages.
Here’s a snapshot of a few of the countries most greatly affected by our actions, and how climate change is affecting these vulnerable men, women and children.