Meg’s Story


Meg Arenberg


Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

How are you sensing climate change?

I will never forget my first trip to Tanzania in 2000; I was thrilled to see Mt. Kilimanjaro come into view out the window of the plane–the drama of snow-covered Kibo peak shooting out of the clouds at eye level. I’ve been back many times since but hadn’t had a good view of the mountain again until this summer (2019). When I saw the peak, my heart sank. It looked totally bare.





Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Anastasiia’s Story

The weather discrepancies during the same season throughout years.

Carolina’s Story

A few days after arriving in Portugal from Brazil for a one-year study period, I experienced a small…

Alejandro’s Story

Bogotá used to be much colder, and with constant rain (volume and frequency)…

Denise’s Story

There is a big water scarcity problem in my city.

Miguel’s Story

Nowdays I have sensed climate changes very much as the way I dress and specially my mood.

Luís’ Story

In the dam of Castelo de Bode, Portugal. The water level is incredibly low!

Raissa’s Story

I have a feeling of nostalgia. I had the best summers of my life in Atafona.

Daniel’s Story

Like a lot of people around the world, I sensed the climate changes because of…

Creshmie’s Story

La situation climatique actuelle me préoccupe profondément du fait les effets sont ressentis partout dans le monde.

Amadeu’s Story

I have sensed climate change on a sand storm from the Sahara desert…