IT FELT LIKE WE WERE ALL given a big time out during the pandemic. We were sent to our rooms and told to reflect and consider
In a recent Climate Courage, we focused on where we live and the risks we face. Never a pleasant conversation, but if we pay attention
Since July this year, I have personally experienced four extreme weather events on three continents – Europe, Asia and Australia.
As I was wandering around Europe over the summer, I spent a lot of time thinking: how can I do a better job at communicating the urgency
One of the bigger, longer term issues we must stay on top of is, the bleak future for Afghanistan because of the combination of war AND climate change.
As we all came to terms with this news and tried to understand what it meant for the people of Afghanistan. It definitely felt like the last straw in a bruised world.
I am a very active and vocal contributor to the climate crisis. I’ve always been vocal about the environment, pollution and more
I know many aren’t quite ready to embrace the enormity of the current environmental crisis, and for many others, it’s just too overwhelming to even start thinking about.