Need we say more than just a simple quote and headline?!

How the average person understands what is really happening with climate and poverty matters is the battle of our time, and unfortunately the facts are currently being hammered by the spin.

At least reports such as this one occasionally get through the narrative net…


Poverty and a heavy reliance on annual rains are the key factors behind the devastating food crisis in southern Madagascar not climate breakdown, a new study finds.

A million people in the region are struggling for food following the worst drought in 30 years. But the scientific analysis did not show a convincing link to global heating, despite the World Food Programme describing it as the “world’s first climate-induced famine”.


Poverty, not climate breakdown, caused Madagascar’s food crisis, finds study – The Guardian