Global Goals

The Wind Farm Debate in South Africa

Wind energy has emerged as a promising alternative to traditional fossil fuels, offering a renewable and environmentally friendly source of power. However, the development of wind farms, particularly in sensitive wildlife and ecological habitats, poses both advantages and challenges.

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Water and the Global Goals

Water plays a crucial role in achieving the global goals set forth by the United Nations, known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These goals aim to address various global challenges and create a more sustainable and equitable world by 2030.

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Greta Thunberg

“Recently I’ve seen many rumors circulating about me and enormous amounts of hate. This is no surprise to me. I know that since most people are not aware of the full meaning of the climate crisis (which is understandable since it has never been treated as a crisis) a school strike for the climate would seem very strange to people in general.
So let me make some things clear about my school strike.

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RETHINK: What must happen before Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

The world in a take-away coffee cup

(Written in 2013 before the movement started taking shape)

Have you ever wondered what the ecological and anthropological costs are of our consumer decisions? Can a simple quick consumer decision shape our future? For example, do you know what the hidden financial and health costs are of all those take-away cups that deliver your morning caffeine fix? Put another way, did you realize that the world’s largest coffee chain served 2.3 billion cups of coffee in take-away cups last year, a number that keeps growing annually?

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