For millions of subsistence farmers in Kenya, climate change is not a political debate. It is a reality in which adaptation can mean the difference between life and death. The Climate Conversation: Kenya video series is a chance to move past the white noise and to get up close and personal with the issues of climate change and environmental stewardship. It is a chance to meet people, not statistics; to hear stories, not arguments. It is an invitation to a conversation. Watch video trailer »
The World We Have Been Given: What's Happening in Kenya?
Something's not right in Kenya. The rains have become unpredictable and are coming later and later, if at all. Farmers are playing a guessing game as to when to plant, and development experts are raising concerns about the ways in which changing weather patterns are threatening livelihoods. What exactly is happening, and what might it mean for Kenyans? Watch video »
A Sacred Trust: Creation Care and the Poor
Impoverished populations are some of the most vulnerable in the world. They subsist on marginal lands and have little capacity to invest, innovate, and adapt. If weather is changing in Kenya, how will it impact the poor of Kenya? Watch video »
The Ongoing Story: Kenyan Christians Speak
Listening to difficult truths can be one of the hardest parts of a conversation. Kenyans have uncomfortable and deeply important words for their brothers and sisters in North America—words of encouragement and words of challenge; words of rebuke and of reconciliation. Will we listen? Watch video »
Firstfruits of a New Creation: Stories of Hope
Kenyans are not sitting around waiting for the rest of the world to address the problems that they are facing. They are already coming up with incredibly creative solutions to help them adapt to the challenges facing their communities. If they aren't waiting around, what is keeping us from acting? Watch video »
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