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.
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!
It’s 52 weeks of sharing my weekend reads and that’s gets a happy one year anniversary!! I have been so pleased by my community telling me they really value this content.
Hope is a challenge for many these days, and there are a lot of reasons why hope is hard to come by. The relentlessness of the pandemic is certainly having its way, but so is government apathy towards the climate crisis.
When you are living in a developing country, you are seeing the impact of the pandemic through very different eyes. I am watching people getting back to work, being vaccinated, getting on with their lives, but when your neighbors are starving, it’s very challenging to even relate to this mindset.
Christmas is done for another year, and while we missed the opportunity to share it with family, we had great friends over for some seasonal cheer, which was lovely
This last week, someone special said to me: my spirit is very low this week. It’s such a heartbreaking thing to hear, but as she said it, I realized that yes, my spirit has been pretty low too.
There is hope and deep sadness in the world this week, as the pandemic rages on, disrupting annual festivities
The COVID19 pandemic is not the only crisis we face. The last decade was earth’s hottest on record. Since 1970, we have lost 68% of the population size of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles.