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Q&A | Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner on Experiencing the Effects of Climate Change

If you followed the UN Climate Summit in New York last month it’s likely you will have heard of Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner, a poet and activist from the Marshall Islands  1,056 more words


The Politics of the People's Climate March

I haven’t exactly kept up to brush in the creative writing department for the past few years, so please bear with me; I’m clearing the rust off. 1,056 more words


Resilience NEWS

Career resilience the name of the game in a disrupted age

Getting a personal grip on how fast-changing technology is reshaping the employment landscape is at the heart of a new guide and tool-kit helping professionals become more adaptable and resilient to change within their careers. 323 more words

Rocking the Daisies: Hippy showdown, one weekend only

I am not one for “Surviving the Daisies” guides or flower headbands. I am also not one to repeat what all twenty odd thousand people have posted about Rocking the Daisies because it is just getting tiresome and predictable. 1,454 more words

My Opinion: UnCorke'd

To Help Climate: Decrease Footprint; Increase Handprint

(This essay was originally published in the Providence Journal on October 7, 2014.)

President Obama’s speech at the United Nations on September 23, underlining the urgency for action on climate change to over 100 assembled world leaders at the UN Climate Change Summit, was a welcomed antidote to the continued ominous scientific data on our climate. 645 more words

"We Deserve To Do More Than Just Survive": Marshall Islands Poet's Plea to the UN Climate Summit

My heart weeps for those who deeply feel the effects of climate change. If you don’t see it, your children and grand-children will.

A green way is the only way to live.


09/21 - United for the climate

The day thousands of people took New York City’s streets asking for more attention to climate changes

Environmental activists, teachers, religious people, union people and curious people took the streets of Manhattan, New York, this Sunday (September 21st) in what is already being called the biggest climate protest ever. 783 more words