The story I have been following for some time is the famine on our doorstep. It is here, our fellow humans are suffering and
Two big news pieces broke this week. We have 195 carbon bombs guaranteed to take any chance of a live-able future out of the equation
We started the week with the news that Wynn Bruce set himself on fire outside the US Supreme Court. He did this as an act of compassion
We “celebrated” Earth Day this year, which started in 1970, the year of my birth. Here’s a little video of one thing we’ve achieved in this time…
It’s celebration time, as I’ve been doing my Weekend Reads for 100 weeks now, with only two weeks off at the end of 2021!
After nearly two and a half years, we’ve made it back to Singapore. It’s a practical trip – banks, doctors, dentists, accountants
Yes, they are… apparently. There’s a new report that proves it too and I have to say, hearing that trees are more than carbon capture sticks
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All of these stories should be THE major story for the climate this week. Climate change: Wildfire smoke linked to Arctic melting
I’ve been floating around the last few weeks, barely able to believe how completely stupid humanity is. Don’t get me wrong
I’ve noticed some people posting on LinkedIn asking us to be mindful of what we share right now. The essence of the message is
Social media is a mess. It has become a destructive and divisive force in our societies, and its incredible potential has been squandered by bad actors.
Here we go, another intense week, and one thing I am understanding is many many people are struggling with the size of the shift the world is going through
I’m always happy to celebrate IWD but I’ve got to tell you, after all these years attending or speaking at the events, with mostly just women in the room, I’m frustrated as hell
Since I started my Weekend Reads more than 94 weeks ago, no question this time is the most challenging. We are all facing so many unknowns
Ukraine and Russia are at war and it’s considered the greatest risk to world peace since World War II. Global security is teetering on the edge,
This week Coca-Cola announced plans to increase the share of beverages that come in returnable or refillable containers from 16% (currently) to 25% by 2030.
I want to draw your attention to three articles this week. The first is a startling fast fashion story – TikTokers List Red Flags That Show
Welcome to year three, where I am compiling climate crisis information, which covers global heating, the waste crisis, biodiversity loss, the 6th mass extinction, greenwashing, and so much more.
As we’re watching the rumblings of the build up towards war in the Ukraine and the political posturing accompanying it, as well as the coups in Africa
Look for the headline – Chemical pollution has passed safe limit for humanity, say scientists. This is NOT a feel good read
We woke to the news that Thich Hat Hanh has passed. Rather than sadness, I’ve watched love and respect flooding social media
During The Know Show yesterday, I talked about the deeper lesson of this whole Djokovic story, and it’s got nothing to do with tennis! Or even him.
Happy New Year my friends and here’s hoping for better times ahead for all. Then again, we’re certainly off to a chaotic start
I’ve been sharing tons of information this year – my own, as well as working with other legends who care as much as I do
Last week, the media frenzy around Omicron was subdued, which was exactly the right approach, because it was still too early to know
This week The World Inequality Report 2022 was released. Look below for links to this very important research. Of course, none of us are surprised
When I published my weekend reads last Saturday, we had just learnt the name of the new variant, Omicron, and this week
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We woke to the news yesterday, that there is a new strain of Covid coming out of Africa, known as B.1.1.529, and today officially called Omicron.
Are you paying attention to what is going on in Belarus? Yes I appreciate there’s a LOT going on around the world – the storms and the infrastructure collapse
I received an email from The Guardian recently, asking if I’d be willing to increase my subscription to support its critical reporting on the climate emergency.
I’ve watched some of the top environment thought leaders return from Cop26 in Glasgow, and on social media they are sharing despair and sorrow.
Obviously my attention was glued to the news coming out of Cop26. The overarching goal was ambition, action, acceleration.
22 lifestyle changes you can make to contribute to a better world installment three: spreading the word and mindful travel
If you’re wrestling with the question: “What can I do to contribute to alleviating the climate crisis?”
“Uncommon Courage” by Andrea T. Edwards will inspire you to think deeply about yourself, positively impact your emotions, and define what truly matters to you.
22 lifestyle changes you can make which contribute to a better world, installment two: navigating our plastic problem
In fact, there’s so much you can do, and we can hope this series of blogs will help you decide on the contribution you can make.
Let’s focus on two topics that are worth your attention. Carbon capture technology and our climate shadow.
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