A communications campaign labelled Speak Up encourages citizens to lend a voice to climate change issues affecting the livelihood of people who live and work in Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) countries.Continue reading Speak up on Caribbean climate change issues
We’ve all had the chance to think about what home is, what it feels like to have a home, or even change our definition of home, over the past year or so.
The word “home” has a different meaning to everyone, even for the wildlife around us. The Greenpeace Photo Contest organizers are asking you to show them the true variety of what home can mean to Earth’s creatures.Continue reading Greenpeace Photo Contest — last call!
by Kathleen Rogers and Ingmar Rentzhog
Humans have demonstrated, over and over again, a remarkable ability to cooperate in a crisis. The tragic fire at the beloved Notre Dame Cathedral was a case in point. Firemen and even members of the public rushed into the inferno, while millions of people around the world paced in front of their TV sets, wanting to jump in and help, anxiously waiting for the fire to be put out, and breathed a collective sigh of relief that there was hope for its survival. Donors rushed in behind first responders, generating a billion euros in financial support to rebuild within 24 hours.Continue reading Op-Ed: Earth Day 2019 – We don’t have time
The flight path of an urban city centre is a deadly obstacle course for migratory birds.
The Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) Canada’s ‘Annual Migratory Bird Layout‘ at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is an art piece made out of dead birds.