The Common Good
May 2013

VIDEO: Malawi Activist on Climate Change

by The Editors | May 2013

While many people continue to believe there is no climate crisis, those most affected by global warming—particularly in the global South—know otherwise. According to Sojourners magazine’s interview with Malawi activist Victor Mughogho, the “impacts are quite severe on the ground.”

Victor and his organization, Eagles Relief and Development Programme, works with local churches in Malawi to address the effects of climate change. Together, Christians are caring for their neighbors and adapting to the changing environment. But are these efforts enough?

Find out the answer by reading our exclusive interview with Victor and watching this video below.

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