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The injustice of climate change is that those who have done the least to cause it are suffering the most from its impacts.

The injustice of climate change is that those who have done the least to cause it are suffering the most from climate impacts. 

85% of the world’s poor are rural, and they rely on their land for food and income. We work with thousands of farmers across the world who are struggling to grow food in a changing climate because of drought, floods, and soil degradation. 

As followers of Jesus, we must be bold in confronting the things that harm the poor. We must also take responsibility for protecting the environment. Taking action on climate change does both.

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