11/01/16 Filed in: #ClimateIsWater
In the thirteenth episode of the #ClimateIsWater series is José Gesti, Water and Sanitation Specialist for UNICEF. Mr. Gesti talks about the effects of climate change on some of the most impoverished and vulnerable communities around the globe. Climate change can harm food security through floods or droughts, increase the spread of diseases, and decrease the amount of fresh water available for drinking. Mr. Gesti outlines some of the actions that UNICEF is taking around the globe as examples supporting the implementation of climate resilient Water Safety Plans. He also discusses how the new Sustainable Development Goals are a way for the global community to address Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) issues head on.
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