• 2:07 Now Playing

    Mitigating the Impacts of Flooding in Malabon City, Philippines | #WorldWeWant

    The first in a series of short films on climate impacts in the #WorldWeWant campaign launching today, Cathy Gutierrez from the #Philippines shares how the #climatecrisis has affected their harvest & people's health - and the local solutions to mitigate it.

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    Vanishing coastline in Costa Rica | #WorldWeWant

    Cahuita, an Afro-Caribbean community on the coast of Limón, Costa Rica, faces sea level rise that causes erosion and salinization of water sources, threatening the wellbeing and health of communities. For a community dependent on fishing, Raquel describes how the local ecosystem is affected by the uncertainty of the seasons, drought, loss of corals and fisheries, and loss of ancestral land due to coastal erosion

  • 1:19 Now Playing

    UN Secretary General António Guterres's Message of Support for the #WorldWeWant Campaign

    Get Involved and ask your government to act on the climate crisis now: http://climatenetwork.org/worldwewant

  • 2:19 Now Playing

    Rising Sea Levels in Langeoog, Germany | #WorldWeWant

    Islanders in Langeoog, Germany, are already affected by rising sea levels. For Lüke, his family's home and livelihood as well as the future of his generation are at stake. Urgent climate action from the government is critical to stop rising sea levels and build the #WorldWeWant.

    The EU and its member states meeting this week must agree to at least 65% emissions cuts by 2030 as part of global efforts to limit warming to 1.5ºC #ClimateAction.Dangerous climate impacts are already a reality in Langeoog but also in vulnerable countries and communities around the world. The EU & member states must step up and provide reliable, financial support for these countries to adapt to climate change and deal with loss and damage.

  • 2:17 Now Playing

    Thousands of families displaced in Karadjé, Niger | #WorldWeWant

    Heavy rains caused severe flooding in Karadjé, Niger which Mamadou describes was the worst flood he has ever seen only to be worsened by Malaria. Hadjo’s home was among the thousands affected as the floods collapsed many homes and inundated thousands more.

    In the #WorldWeWant, communities like Karadjé would receive sufficient support and #climateaction from the government to deal with the losses and damage, and adapt to the impacts of climate change such as infrastructure and financial support. #NotreMonde

  • 2:19 Now Playing

    Drying lake and fish kill in Morocco | #WorldWeWant

    The Sidi Boughaba reserve, the last freshwater lake in West Morocco, is experiencing severe drought and depletion of water. Chkaili shares how it’s drying up wells and affecting livelihood of many families in the area while local expert Dr. Benyekhelf links climate change to the catastrophic death of fish three months ago. They call on urgent climate action and support for adaptation measures in the region.

  • 2:20 Now Playing

    Sámi Indigenous Culture under Threat in Sweden | #WorldWeWant

    The traditional way of living of the Sámi Indigenous people of Northern Europe — which is deeply rooted in nature and reindeer herding — is being disrupted by warmer winters, changing precipitation patterns, and summer wildfires in the Arctic. The impacts of climate change are threatening not just the survival of reindeer but the entire Sámi culture. To protect indigenous culture, livelihoods, and their future, the Sámi Youth Association from Sweden, Sáminuorra, takes the EU to court over its insufficient climate policies.

  • 2:09 Now Playing

    Cyclones Idai and Kenneth in Mozambique | #WorldWeWant

    Women and girls are particularly vulnerable and are disproportionately affected by the impacts of climate change. Eularia shares her story during the strong cyclones of Idai and Kenneth in Mozambique and how it affected them. “I experienced storms in previous years but nothing like this. This year was the worst,” says Julia who lost everything to the climate disaster. It was the first time in the country's history to have two strong cyclones in one season, killing over 600 people and destroying hundreds of thousands of homes in Mozambique.

  • 1:44 Now Playing

    Climate change exposing communities to radioactive toxic waste in Florida, US | #WorldWeWant

    As sea level rise & stronger hurricanes in the Gulf Coast threaten to expose communities & marine life to radiation from toxic phosphogypsum stacks across Florida, #ClimateAction must be a top priority.

  • 2:20 Now Playing

    Flash floods destroying homes and livelihood in Uganda | #WorldWeWant

    Intensifying rainfall is causing flash floods in Kasese, Uganda that destroy homes and livelihoods. The #WorldWeWant is where communities receive financial support to deal with the #lossanddamage from the climate crisis.

    Kuri shares how flash floods have disrupted their lives in Uganda while fish farmer Thembo calls for financial support to protect their livelihood and harness renewable energy for irrigation.

    Join them and millions impacted by the #climatecrisis to call on governments to abandon fossil fuels, commit to ambitious #climateaction, and provide support to the most vulnerable to build the #WorldWeWant.

  • 1:25 Now Playing

    Impacts on Wetlands Biodiversity in Morocco | #WorldWeWant

    Pollution from industry and urbanization is destroying the biodiversity and landscape of Fowarat Lake in Morocco and other wetlands around the world which serve as critical habitat, source of water, and carbon sinks. The lake was declared a Ramsar site which means it is a wetland of international importance that requires conservation efforts.

    "The WorldWeWant is where there is cooperation between residents and local authorities to overcome the negative impacts of climate change and restore the natural balance" says Driss, a local resident about Fowarat Lake in Morocco.

  • 1:09 Now Playing

    Warmer seas affecting food security and livelihoods in Tanzania | #WorldWeWant

  • 1:57 Now Playing

    Gaelic Language and Culture under threat from Rising Sea Levels in Scotland

    #COP26 was due to take place in Scotland this year. It is postponed to next year but the need for urgent and increased climate action continues as millions of people across the world keep suffering from droughts, floods, fires & food shortages. In this video, Scottish activists explain how their homes, livelihoods, Gaelic language and culture is at risk due to rising sea levels. They call upon frontline communities to stand together in asking URGENT and AMBITIOUS climate action as the only way to make the COP26 in Glasgow a turning point in climate action.

  • 2:04 Now Playing

    Hurricane Iota in Nicaragua

    This year's Atlantic hurricane season has been the most active in history and has affected 3.6 million people in Central America. Hurricane Iota has killed at least 6 people and evacuated 60,000 as the powerful storm hit Nicaragua. Karen shares how the climate disaster has affected local crops and their livelihoods

  • 1:59 Now Playing

    Activists fighting the impacts of coal mining in Kuzbass, Russia

    In 2020, more than 20 administrative court cases were filed against activists who are fighting coal companies in Russia. Two-thirds of coal here is extracted in open-pit mines, which everywhere in Kuzbass violates basic human right to clean environment. Join them in ending coal and all fossil fuels as we fight for clean air and water because this is the #WorldWeWant

  • 2:15 Now Playing

    Floods and droughts destroying farms in Msata, Tanzania

    Increasingly severe and unpredictable weather events such as droughts and floods are devastating farms, livelihoods and food sources in Msata village in Tanzania. Farmers that rely heavily on staple crops like maize and beans are calling for financial and technological support to adapt to the changing environment to protect their income and food security.

Playlist - #WorldWeWant

#WorldWeWant is about forefronting the stories of communities most affected by the climate crisis to drive collective action and call on governments to address multiple and compounding crises to protect their citizens to ensure a safe and resilient future. Through compelling, locally-produced, short smartphone videos, we witness how decades of inaction on the climate crisis are impacting people, but also learn how communities are using grassroots solutions in both developing and developed countries to hold their leaders accountable.

If Not Us Then Who? has partnered with CAN to support with strategic communication, to train content providers and edit these stories from frontline communities

Find out more and take action today: https://worldwewant.climate.network/worldwewant/

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