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January 31, 2019
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@Nicholas Barone shares with us his exciting project called 'Garbage Art' and asks us to reconsider the scale of our environmental thinking:

"We as a world entering 2019 need to start seeing environmental problems with a macro lens. the term "global" has rendered society passive. scales and ... See more

January 28, 2019

Second half of Mez Franey’s wonderful piece on Russia and experiencing pollution 🇷🇺

“Sadly, the general public has begun to feel the effects of climate change first hand in recent years. In May of 2017, Moscow was hit with the deadliest storm for over 100 years: roofs were torn off and ... See more

January 24, 2019

Here is the amazing Mez Franey discussing climate change and her experience of it in Russia 🇷🇺

“Having spent nearly 3 months in St Petersburg, Russia, it has become very clear to me that protecting the environment still fails to influence people’s daily thoughts and processes in many ... See more

January 16, 2019

Final post of the sustainability symposium:

Aydek Erman:
“Climate change is a serious problem and it is there . But I feel like taking action isn’t taken seriously due to the politics around all the world. I’m a pHD student and I’m studying renewable fuels. So I try to make a small change ... See more

January 14, 2019

Continuing with the sustainability throwback- here are some voices from the symposium!

Dounia: “I think its important to have a social perspective on climate change, as it impacts PEOPLE all over the world. So, I think its very important to have scientific facts traduced into how we live and ... See more

January 12, 2019

Last year, the Climate Collective had the pleasure of attending UCL’s Climate Action Society’s ‘Sustainability Symposium’. It was touching to see so many people engaged with sustainable responsibility and climate action. The passion and motivation behind the different groups and individuals ... See more

December 25, 2018

Happy Christmas or Festivus to you all! Bringing you the long awaited second half of James Gounis’ mini-essay:

“We are the problem, why should all the other beautiful living organisms suffer because of us? And who will survive, the wealthy, those that can afford to buy their way out of climate ... See more

December 14, 2018

On this fine Friday we share with you James Gounis’ mini-essay on climate solutions... Read EVERY word!

“The climate apocalypse draws nearer by the day. People laugh when I use that phrase, but deep down I know many accept that it’s inevitable, yet do little to alter our course. Ignorance is ... See more

December 7, 2018

"This year UK Youth Climate Coalition have been trying to increase the pressure on the government as a big part of our national gas campaign, tomorrow we’re launching out ‘letter flood’ campaign where we will send hundreds of letters to the UK Government, addressed to Claire Perry, Minister ... See more

December 4, 2018

We are closing off the #ipcc cycle with a beautiful post from Árni Daníel Júlíusson, from Iceland:

"The late singer David Bowie once sang that we have got five years. Now we have 13 years; soon we will only have five years. And then no years, one day we will have no years left. The IPCC ... See more

December 2, 2018

Reactions on the latest #ipcc report keep coming in. This time Rachel Samouil shares with us her thoughts:

"The last few days, after the UN announcement for climate change, many negative thoughts flooded in my mind that made me question why are we handling the whole situation so badly. I started ... See more

November 23, 2018

'Mass collective action is our best hope, and time is running out.' Guin Evere's plea for a bigger and more creative activist movement:

"In the wake of the latest IPCC report I was so angered by the way the press reported it. In the BBC article there was mention of individual lifestyle changes, ... See more

November 21, 2018

Alexandra Zalokosta reacting to the #IPCC report:

"Perhaps the most distressing part of learning that we only have 12 years before non-reversible climate catastrophe is the fact that this information doesn't come as a surprise. I'm inclined to hope that this information will wake people up to the ... See more

November 19, 2018

The #IPCCweek continues, this time all the way from Costa Rica. Check out what Felix Morrison's thoughts:

"Mine was a feeling of despair and self hate because I take planes and the aviation industry is at the heart of it. Our society aspires to travel. We love getting on planes. But I kind of took ... See more

November 14, 2018

#IPCCweek continues with the passionate of plea of Athena Lambrinidou:

"You ask a question that is real hard question to answer at the moment. I feel both devastated, deeply sad and incredibly angry all at once. And disbelief. I am in existential disbelief. I seriously cannot believe that is ... See more

November 13, 2018

Two weeks ago the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report saying we have 12 years to reverse catastrophic global warming, in what many have characterised as a 'life changing report'

This week we will be doing a special feature on people reacting to the news. Our first post ... See more

October 25, 2018
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“The Irish were a woodland people, with even their ancient Ogham alphabet based on native trees that once covered the entire island.

🍃 Today, native forest is reduced to just 1% in Ireland and it is our responsibility to reverse this tragedy.
🌬Forests are the lungs of the planet, soaking ... See more

October 21, 2018

Today Luisa Neubauer shares with us her insightful thoughts on ‘Possibleism’ and the power of positivity in tackling climate change from the public to the upper echelons

“Sometimes I wonder whether we have lost the ability to dream big. Because as soon as we start thinking about a world of ... See more

October 5, 2018
Desertification - Wikipedia

Climate change & Global warming are not caused by insignificant carbon-dioxide. This is only the title topic to cheat money. More than trillions dollars been cheated! But climate change and global warming are getting more worse.Climate change & Global Warming are caused by over 14 millions sq Km ... See more

Desertification is a type of land degradation in which a relatively dry area of land becomes increasingly arid, typically losing its bodies of water as well as vegetation and wildlife .[2] It is caused by a variety of factors, such as through climate change (particularly the current global ... See more

September 27, 2018

Our next story comes from South Africa, talking about the country's env. policies, as well as an interesting spin on 'greening' the Muslim world:

"My name is Farid Sayed and I come from Cape town at the southern tip of Africa, a place that recently caught the world’s attention as the first ... See more

September 18, 2018

Marilu Flores shares with us her beautiful art, inspired by the problem of deforestation in El Salvador:

"Over time, deforestation in El Salvador has been a recurring problem that has affected many other natural resources and wildlife as well. Despite the fact that this has become one of the ... See more

September 13, 2018
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The amazing Hong Kong-based Kat Roma Greer talks to us about her platform Micro Galleries, empowering local artists across the world and shining light on major social and environmental issues! Check out their upcoming residency in Nepal:

"Micro Galleries are launching their new residency program ... See more

September 5, 2018

Check out the amazing work the team behind The Last Glaciers is doing:

After the global success of their last documentary film “A Plastic Ocean” filmmakers Craig Leeson, Malcolm Wood, Matt Reid are now aiming to bring the same level of awareness to another cause – Clinate Change. In a bid to ... See more

August 31, 2018

Ana Cofiño, a Guatemalan feminist activist and writer talks about the country's indigenous, anti-colonial, working class, feminist and environmental struggles:

"Guatemala, who’s nahuatl name means “place of fountains and woods”, is a privileged land, located between two oceans, surrounded ... See more

August 29, 2018

"My name is Madison, I started a community called Zero Waste California and this is how I spent my vacation. No, seriously.

What is "zero waste?" It is a concept and a movement. It is one of the most life changing ways an individual can positively impact the planet. Basically, it means you avoid ... See more

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