During COP23, indigenous groups from around the world highlight the problems they face in protecting their forests.
In rural Bolivia, making a sustainable living is becoming difficult for smallholders. But the country's women, who are traditionally responsible of farming, are demonstrating resilience to the effects of climate change.
The Guarani aquifer is the second-largest body of subterranean freshwater on the planet — but drought, heightened usage and privatization rumors are underscoring the need to protect it.
Trees don't only combat climate change, prevent soil erosion, serve as shelter, provide oxygen and food, some are even equipped to deal with the consequences of drought and fire.
The driest inhabited continent on earth, Australia, has lived with bushfires for millennia. But the 2009 Black Saturday infernos were so fierce that survivors are still grappling with the consequences.
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