Climate change adaptation comes of age in U.N. talks: TRFN

People walk near the Hualcan glacier in the Huascaran natural reserve in AncashBy Megan Rowling BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – In Peru, where two weeks of U.N. climate talks begin Monday, melting glaciers and more extreme weather such as hot spells and flash frosts are already harming crops and incomes, and keeping people in poverty, aid workers say. “From the Andes to the jungles, communities are doing what they can, but their efforts will never be enough without ambitious global action to tackle climate change,” said Milo Stanojevich, CARE International’s Peru director. … USA, LLC