For the last two weeks people across the globe protested to end the use of fossil fuels and switch to renewable energy for one reason- put an end to the devastating effects of climate change. Today, the people of Turkey joined the Break Free actions and drew their red lines in Aliaga, Izmir protesting against… Read More Protests in Izmir — “STOP” coal plants in Turkey
We all know politics is about successful manipulation. What you say, how you say it, when you say it, but most importantly- how to avoid saying it! The problem is that when your city is melting at +50 or drowning in the latest flash flood it gets a bit difficult to manipulate the situation. But,… Read More Climate Change Mitigation Job Advertisement: A Straightforward politician
You must think I am crazy or want to lure readers by placing a sensationalist title. How can one single frog save the Planet? But, it’s been raining for the past couple of days and frogs came out to play on the grass surfaces of my city, except what used to be 10 frogs is… Read More How a frog saved the Planet
In light of recent announcements that two major steel factories in different cities in Macedonia, are closing up shop by the end of this month, the public had two extremely opposing opinions. On the one side are the many people employed by these factories, who a loosing their jobs and on the other side are… Read More A Safe Future!? What does it really mean?
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
Some weeks ago was the very first time I saw an image of a small child wearing an inhaler on a street. The boy was attending a protest with his mother, they were protesting against a steel production factory in Skopje that is polluting their neighborhood and the entire city. I was deeply disturbed by… Read More All we want is some clean air