By targeting methane emissions reductions from the oil and gas sector, Canada, Mexico, and the United States are combating climate change and supporting global development goals.
The announcement of new US Treasury rules for multinational corporations this week could have a significant impact on American taxpayers and citizens of developing countries alike.
Syrian-Americans and Oxfam are working together to find the most effective support for those affected by the Syria crisis, and helping to ensure their voices are heard.
A rare gift this political season: A day of hope for our nation’s future.
A new Oxfam report exposes the shocking reality that nearly half of US workers are stuck in jobs with low wages and scant benefits. Could supporting an agenda to raise wages mean success for candidates in November?
Carbon dioxide emissions require our attention, but we can’t afford to ignore the development and climate benefits from also reducing non-CO2 pollutants.
More and more foreign aid seems to be doing less and less of what it's supposed to.
By helping strengthen local leadership and bridge the humanitarian-development divide, Oxfam hopes to transform the aid system.
At the World Humanitarian Summit, local leaders told it like it is.