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Climate march – we did it, and it was awesome

So we did it! And it was unforgettable. “As throngs of protestors descended upon London’s Parliament Square, a man dressed in a mock police hat and yellow safety jacket shouted through a loudspeaker: “Whose Planet?” “Our planet,” the crowd roared back. … Continue reading

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“I love you” to Planet Earth – on Valentine’s Day and beyond

What will you give our Planet on Valentine’s Day? Without sounding too pompous, I will give it a stronger commitment to fight to protect it. Both in everyday routine by behaving more sustainably (recycle, upcycle and bicycle more; consume less; … Continue reading

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Building support for a global climate deal in Paris – Jean Lambert MEP

I have recently attended a lively Q&As session with Jean Lambert MEP (Green Party), hosted by the European Parliament Information Office in the UK. I asked her a few questions about the EU Parliament’s work on climate change and the … Continue reading

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Divest or not divest? Split over the fossil fuel divestment movement

In my last post, I listed the decision by the Rockefeller Fund to sell shares in fossil fuel companies as well as the growing fossil fuel divestment movement as one of the most significant facts that “pave the road to … Continue reading

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