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.
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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.
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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.
“If you’re wrestling with the question: What can I do to contribute to alleviating the climate crisis? We have good news. The answer is: a lot.”
Welcome to another week of news, and of course, the Pandora Papers was an early leader in headlines around the world. A stash of 12 million leaked confidential financial
I firmly believe that the only way out of the multiple challenges the world faces requires a dramatic increase in critical thinking, and a deeper understanding of the issues we collectively face.
If you’re one of the people that has been tracking and participating in the climate crisis conversation for a long time, one piece of good news
The week started with some distractions in the mix, which is always great (and so needed right now), and of course
If you haven’t noticed, LinkedIn recently increased its character limits (which includes spaces, numbers, emojis, and letters) in regular timeline updates, from 1,300 to 3,000
It’s a time for reflection, as well as hope, that we will heed the lessons from the mistakes made since 9/11 – a moment that upended our word 20 years ago.
Another huge week in the news, with both Hurricane Ida and Afghanistan taking the headlines. One of the bigger, longer term issues we must stay on top of is
I’ve continued to be stuck in the Afghanistan news and these last few days leading up to August 31st feel particularly cruel. Not just the absolute carnage released by the ISIS-K Group
Another intense week in the news, and of course, I was completely lost in the story of Afghanistan. On social media, I felt deep fear, intense sadness and shame
Yes of course, my focus has been on the IPCC Report, and based on what I’m observing – across all social media platforms – I do feel we have finally hit an awareness tipping point.
Yesterday I published this blog to talk about how terrible my mindset has been for a few months, why it’s been so bad, as well as what I am doing to change it. It really does feel like the darkest hour is always before the dawn!
It’s time to switch the brain off and to do that, I’m at the JW Marriot in Phuket right now. Our family is staying here for five days and then we’re going south of the Island for another five days.
Times are glum right now, especially in Asia. Indonesia is experiencing a critical shortage of oxygen as Covid19 cases surge, Malaysia is still in lockdown where people are stealing food to survive
If you’re like me, you’ve been transfixed by the news of the unrelenting heat wave hitting Canada, with record temperatures killing hundreds from heat related issues, as well as setting off fires that are destroying whole towns.
If you value my opinion, I really want to encourage you to listen to this podcast – Transcend – with Scott Barry Kaufman. I discovered the You Are Not So Smart Podcast by David McRaney recently and love it
This week Switzerland voted against climate change measures. There were two reasons. 1. Switzerland is responsible for only 0.1% of global emissions. 2. The vote indicates that the country is
A big week, as I got the book – Uncommon Courage – released into the world. It’s such an interesting experience launching a book, especially one as vulnerable as this.
As it’s World Environment Day 2021, let’s look at a huge challenge – the media. One great publication which put its hat-in-the-ring early in the climate crisis, is The Guardian.
At the end of 2012, I came to the conclusion that I was too early trying to establish a business that offered content marketing in the Asia Pacific region – after years of trying – but timing is everything and I got my timing wrong.
One of the themes that came through is how businesses are coming up with multiple ways to help educate, train and upskill employees, but equally, how hard it is to get employees to take advantage of these opportunities.
In recent weeks I was part of a community scapegoated. I’m not going to tell you what or why, because the reason it happened is because I can’t speak up against it due to possible negative ramifications.
Right now, South East Asia is on lockdown, or it will be soon. The UK variant made its arrival about six weeks ago – and boy does this variant move FAST!
Nope, according to Seaspiracy, it’s the globally powerful and corrupt fishing industry, which is getting billions in subsidies from governments around the world
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