People may have inherited planet Earth, but its fate is in their hands. Continue reading The right to a healthy environment
Water is a human right, but you wouldn’t think so. Continue reading New whine in old rebuttals
Time is fast running out. Continue reading Anyone for extinction?
A line from Sand and Foam by the poet Kahlil Gibran published in 1926. It continues, “We cut them down and turn them into paper that we may record our emptiness.” Continue reading “Trees are poems that the earth writes upon the sky”
When global warming forces millions of people to migrate, there will be a catastrophe of epic proportions. Continue reading The next great flood – of human beings
Single use plastic bags are set to disappear from French checkouts by the end of March 2016. Continue reading A good riddance to bag rubbish
So significant is the global impact of human activity on Earth that the current geological epoch (the Anthropocene) is named after us. What happens next depends on how quickly we recognize our mistakes, and how urgently we act to remedy the damage. Continue reading Players, not spectators, in life’s beautiful game