I find it incredibly interesting how other parts of the world see a topic. The internet allows us a peek into other people’s worlds and I believe it is important to have that peek. Channels TV is a TV Station from Lagos Nigeria. Video Credit: Channels TV via YouTube Continue reading Climate Change from an African Point of View
Interesting that this talk is from 2016 Video Credit: TEDx Talks via YouTube Continue reading Another Alternative View…
Woa, I do not agree with Mr Shellenberger’s solution but I think it is important to have a look at different points of view. And his reasons for why he changed his minds need to be taken into account. video credit: TEDx Danubia via YouTube Continue reading WOA!!! Controversial… let’s have a look at a different point of view.
Maybe we could watch this daily to remind ourselves what is at stake and how one person who supposedly has special needs can make a difference? video credit: TED via YouTube Continue reading The disarming case to act right now on climate change | Greta Thunberg
Stuart Scott has made the following video and it might upset us. So be warned. He writes this as an explanation underneath: This presentation from November 5, 2018 was delivered to the ‘Foresight Group’ of the EU Commission in Brussels, Belgium. The assessment of our global prospects is extremely severe. The conclusions may be upsetting and perhaps life-changing for many. But the conclusions should not … Continue reading Scientists’ Warning at Foresight Group, EU Commission 2018 ~ Please watch
Does anyone else of my fellow bloggers wonder why we don’t make any changes to stop this climate crisis? Have you done any? And do you feel you have enough information about what really is going on? In today’s video ScientistsWarn.TV introduce you to “We don’t have time” an organisation that created a social network which gives you real information about the climate crises but … Continue reading We Don’t Have Time!
YouTube suggested this video to me for some time but I didn’t realise that Svante is Greta Thunberg’s father. I also didn’t realise how much her parents are with Greta in her quest and how much they changed their lifestyle to give their children a future. I am also wondering if we as bloggers have a responsibility here to call things by their name and … Continue reading A Straight Talk with Greta & Svante Thunberg
On Thursday I wrote that I like Extinction Rebellions wide view and that they take into consideration that we are no only logical creatures but also emotional ones. For that, they create a so-called “regenerative culture” and in this video one of the members explains a little more why it is important to XR video credit: Extinction Rebellion via YouTube Want to join, donate or … Continue reading Regenerative Culture?!?
I said yesterday I like that they have a wide view of how things work. But I also like that it is lead by people who know what they are talking about and who have researched the topic for a long time. Find out more about the history of Extinction Rebellion and why they do what they do from the beginning of April 2019: Video … Continue reading How, Why and When
What I really like about Extinction Rebellion is that they organise the Rebellion with a really wide view: They take into consideration that humans are not perfect and that conflicts will arise. They take into consideration that we are not only logic creatures but emotional ones too. They take a multi-disciplinary approach: not only climate science but political, social and many other sciences too. And … Continue reading What I really like about them…