Climate Kid adapts to the effects of climate change by growing webbed feet, wings and extra long arms. This is how children might need to evolve in the future if we don't adapt to climate change now.
UNICEF's climate adaptation projects help children adapt to climate change now with skills, knowledge and tools. Children can be taught to prepare for extreme weather events, schools can be built to withstand these and rainwater harvesting can ensure children have access to clean water as rainfall patterns change. But we need your help to continue to fund these vital projects.
Please donate now to support UNICEF's work on climate adaptation, and ensure that future generations don’t need to become Climate Kids.
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