The best way for me to learn is by watching and doing. I really prefer a (good) tutorial on youtube than a guide book. Most of my knowledge about Climate Change, Sustainability and Energy Resources I acquired by taking classes on coursera. … Continue reading 5 “take action” movies for your next movie night
Last week I took a break from the weekly Twitter roundup but looking at the news of the last week, I realise that there a lot of battles going on all around the world. The reasons are various but they all have the same source. Irresponsible behaviour caused by putting profits before anything else for the last two hundred years. Honestly, if there would be enough countries that would have protected their environments we wouldn’t have to blame all our problems on climate change right now.
It’s Monday again and time for the best of the last week from Twitter. The past week was all about divesting from fossil fuels, renewable energies and young activists having their voices heard. Watch this 15-year-old climate activist deliver a … Continue reading Monday Twitter Highlights 3/2015
It’s been a week full of interesting news, environmental wins but also losses and important information on our planets health. Here are some of my Twitter highlights of the past week ordered by good, bad news and good reads.
The not so good news:
- Más de 100 ECOLOGISTAS asesinados en 2014, según Global Witness
- 2014 was the hottest year in modern history. Not for long.
- ‘Seeing is believing’: The Marshall Islands likely won’t exist if we warm the planet 2 degrees
- The “Ley Mordaza” which restricts people from protesting, taking pictures of policemen and basically getting in the way of the Spanish government is now in action
The good news are quite plenty:
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Let’s start the week with a new roundup. I am planning to show you from now on every Monday what my favourite news stories have been last week. From the best ways to recycle, the newest technologies to make us use the planet more sustainably to the latest environmental actions all around the globe. Let’s reflect on a global scale and get inspired to act locally.
I recently saw many TED talks from people all over the world on the topic of our school systems. The message is quite clear to me: our school systems are far out-dated and cannot compete with the challenges the world … Continue reading Learning from Ted Talks – Be Different