As the climate talks roll on in Paris, there’s a certain smell in the air. It isn’t the apples or chocolate being handed out at the entrance to the conference centre, nor the popular free coffees being handed out by the German government. It’s the smell of greenwashing. And this isn’t the first time. Advertisements
After hearing yesterday’s promises and actions to cut CO2 emissions coming from many countries at UN Climate Summit 2014, explanations on what is being done so far and what will be done by 2020, I couldn’t help but think that maybe those promises would’ve had a slightly different impact if postcards from current events within… Read More Postcards from a polluting country
I don’t throw away plastic & tins and tend to reuse them to where they can’t be used anymore. Yesterday a friend asked me why do I keep collecting junk when I can afford to buy new!? I said it’s because I love nature too much. She didn’t seem to understand what reusing plastic, paper… Read More My 5 reasons to stop Climate Change
Global Warming has become more than obvious, and a UN report from 2013 stated that there is a 95% chance that it’s caused by human activities. Random or not, climate change really showed it’s ugly face these last couple of years, in a time when the race for money is ruthless, and working hours unlimited.… Read More Slowing down as a solution to Climate Change!?