There are lots of different ways to educate yourself on climate change and issues of sustainability so we have out together a summer watch list of documentaries, series and films for you to enjoy whilst educating yourself on sustainability. This list is by no means comprehensive but is just to give you an idea of some of things you can watch about different issues.
Last Friday saw the return of the annual Christ Church International food and Culture fayre. The food fayre was a lot of fun and a great way to experience other cultures. This year the SGO had three members present with two separate tables, one specifically for vegan bites and the other to showcase sustainable sourced food…
A greenhouse gas is a substance that causes the greenhouse effect or as we all know it, the process of climate change. Greenhouse gasses are emitted into our atmosphere, acting as radiation and it warms the planet’s surface.
Ah Christmas. A large population of the world say this is their favourite time of year, myself included. It may be cold, but my god, there are fairy lights everywhere and chocolate is on sale in every place that sells it. What. A. Delight.
In staggering new information, it has been assessed that three animal species become extinct every hour. This phenomenon is investigated by scientists all over the world – everyday. On a cultural scale, it can be feared that we begin to forget the beauty of these now historic life forms.
The notion of saving our planet has had quite an impression on world media in the last month or so. Awareness is being raised for climate change on so many different platforms.
Upon the release of Leonardo DiCaprio’s new documentary film, Before The Flood, I have started to worry about climate change. Admittedly, it’s been an issue I am aware of, but I had never really thought about how huge the effects would be, the film made me realise this. In a nutshell, carbon dioxide is poisoning our air and seas, tropical forests are being cut down which causes mass death of different species, dying trees emit their stores of carbon dioxide adding to atmospheric greenhouse gasses, causing global warming.
Water is one of our most valuable resources and unfortunately many of us take it for granted and waste it. To us in Europe this resource is cheap and easily available which is why we tend to take it for granted.
One Thursday night back in October I was minding my own business getting ready to go out.
To be in a room with a group of strong and powerful women with like-minded views and passions is an amazing thing. It fosters and immediate sense of solidarity within a safe environment for each and every woman to come forward with their own thoughts and opinions.