While the impacts of climate change have not yet been felt by a good percentage of the world’s population, the less fortunate segments of societies are already exposed to the tough effects. Luckily, many compassionate, faith-based organizations are dedicated to alleviating suffering experienced by these communities. They are helping the most vulnerable to adapt to the severe effects of climate change.Faith-based organizations emerge as key playersPoverty is usually an accurate determination of how vulnerable people are to climate change. This is measured through several mechanisms, principally ease of access to resources to allow coping with extreme natural calamities. The full extent of climate change has yet to be reached, and vulnerable regions in Africa and Asia will be among the areas hardest hit. Take for instance the crowded coastal cities in many Southeast Asian countries, hundreds of millions of people who live there are at risk.Millions of people in the developing world are helped by compassionate organizations to adapt to the severe effects of climate change. In the global fight against climate change, faith-based organizations have emerged as key players. These organizations recognize that those challenges are not for the distant future, but have to be faced head-on today. They are guided by their faith principles to be stewards of the earth and care for the poor and the less fortunate by providing help based on need where they possibly can.They’re engaged in every step of the way. From delivering immediate relief after natural calamities to building long-term resilience of climate-vulnerable people. That includes supporting great initiatives such as facilitating exchange programs between developing countries to spread best practices.