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Our In Translation service allows editors to download translated and English versions of selected Thomson Reuters Foundation stories, and accompanying photographs, for use in their own publications.

The service aims to extend the impact of the Foundation’s reporting on climate change issues, and to provide information to readers – particularly those in the developing world - in their preferred language.

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Our In Translation service allows editors to download translated and English versions of selected Thomson Reuters Foundation stories, and accompanying photographs, for use in their own publications.

The service aims to extend the impact of the Foundation’s reporting on climate change issues, and to provide information to readers – particularly those in the developing world - in their preferred language.

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  • Women mayors tackle climate change

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    Around the world, cities are increasingly at the forefront of action to curb climate change. And many of the cities leading on climate action – Paris, Washington, Sydney, Cape Town – are run by women
  • Defying drought

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    As climate change brings worsening drought around the world, new ways to tackle the growing risk are emerging, from better insurance policies to smarter water storage and crops that can survive long periods without rain
  • Trump and climate change

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    How will President Donald Trump influence action on climate change in the United States and around the world?
  • Sustainable transport

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    Moving people - by train, bus, car, boat or aeroplane - needs to become more efficient and produce fewer emissions. How can it be done?
  • LIVE TODAY: Disasters hurt more women than men. The solution?

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    Worldwide, women and girls are up to 14 times more likely than men to die in a disaster. They often find themselves confined to traditional gender roles that limit their ability to lead, which can make them more vulnerable when disaster strikes. In an online debate ahead of the International Day for Disaster Reduction (October 13), organised by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and the BRACED programme, we will discuss ways of helping women become more resilient to climate extremes. What should governments, aid agencies and businesses do differently to protect lives and put women and girls at the core of disaster risk reduction?
  • Chocolate and climate change

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    How is climate change affecting chocolate around the world?
  • Indonesia haze fires

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