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The indigenous populations of the Azawak, in Niger and Mali, are the unheard victims of the climate crisis
Desertification has ravaged this once lush pastureland, the ancestral home to a half million Tuareg and Wodaabe Fulani nomads.
Students Unite to Alleviate Climate Change
This past year Greta Thunberg woke up the world with the proclamation “Your house is burning!”
Looking forward to engaging young leaders at the The GreenMount School as activists in alleviating #climatechange
Engaging young leaders at the The GreenMount School as […]
This machine digs hundreds of feet into the ground, reaching depths that have provided water to the over 5,000 people
This machine digs hundreds of feet into the ground, […]
Interview on the Weather Channel: Migrants Abandoned in Searing Sahara
In June, Algeria abandoned 13,000 migrants in the Sahara desert, leaving them without food or water. Men, women and
children were forced to walk in the blistering heat, or die. Meteorolgist Kait Parker of the Weather Channel discusses Algeria’s current treatment of migrants with Ariane Kirtley, founder and director of Amman Imman, during this interview.