Dreaming as a Toolkit

This post originally appeared on Medium, and is by Josi Karle-Bhat and Elise Dally of Planetary Health Berlin. A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality. John Lennon We — Elise, with a background in Religious Studies and Anthropology, and Josi, an Environmental Planner and Landscape Architect…

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Monitor coral reef health from home

The world’s coral reefs are dying. Increasing ocean temperatures and rising pollution levels are causing mass bleaching events, where stressed corals eject the symbiotic algae that keeps them alive. Scientists have been monitoring coral reef health for years, and the prognosis is not looking good. In order to solve a problem, we need to understand…

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Make 2020 Your Year for Low-Impact Living

We’re in a climate emergency. The Earth is dangerously close to its tipping point in terms of being able to come back from the damage humans are causing to our ecosystems. The devastating bushfires in Australia are merely a taste of what countries may face in the coming decades if we don’t take steps to…

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Event: Taking Action

When: 7-8.30pm, Wednesday 12 February 2020 Where: Boilerhouse Auditorium, Royal Holloway, University of London The second of RHUL Climate Action’s seminars on the climate emergency, this one focuses on the practicalities of tackling climate change. From grassroots direct action to academic and institutional transformation – what is required to transition to a sustainable world? With…

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Event: Climate Crisis 101

When: 7-8.30pm, Wednesday 5 February 2020 Where: Boilerhouse Auditorium, Royal Holloway University of London RHUL Climate Action are holding the first of their seminar sessions on the climate emergency. An introduction to the issue, it’s everything you need to know about the biggest threat of the 21st Century. Reserve your seat here – tickets are…

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Searching on Ecosia Today Will Plant Trees in Australia

The world has been devastated by the news of the recent Australian wildfires. The fires this year are much, much worse than in previous years and this is due to human-induced climate change. Ecosia are using revenue from 100% of searches made on their engine today to go towards reforestation of an area in New…

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