Humans of Climate Change: John Andrew Lajara, Tacloban, the Philippines

John Andrew Lajara, 50, stands outside his home (left) on the Tacloban waterfront. In the far background, the arm of a backhoe can be seen as it works on the construction of a new tidal embankment. This is the third of four “Humans of Climate Change” stories from Tacloban, the Philippines. Tacloban was one of the … Continue reading Humans of Climate Change: John Andrew Lajara, Tacloban, the Philippines

None of the world’s top industries would be profitable if they paid for the natural capital they use, and A way to sustainably bring power to the world’s poor

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