I do not think that there are environmental concerns specific to my field.They are in common with all fields in biological, chemical and biomedical sciences, but here is clearly (…)
We Change For Life is a project initiated by three scientists,
biologists or climatologist, who wish to raise public awareness about
the emergency to take action to ensure the livability of our planet.
Although the Anthropocene and climate change are widely known as scientific issues, they are also significant cultural problems. In literary criticism and ecocriticism, the main (…)
Expert in biodiversity, changing towards a sustainable way of life since 30 years, convinced that sustainable living brings happiness and happy to share experiences.
My main concerns about climate change in my researches are the melt of the Greenland ice sheet and the associate sea-level rise. I reduce my carbon footprint in many ways.
My concern, which sometimes keeps me awake at night, is that we, humans, are threatening the very inhabitability of the only inhabitable planet in the solar system
250 scientists testify about the changes they put into practice in their life to better respect our environment
The current biodiversity crisis is still underrepresented in the news. I recently started the “Hedgehogstreet” project in the city I live in.
The threat from climate change, if tackled now, offers the possibility for a real societal renaissance. Each of us can contribute as a enlightened customer and citizen/voter.
Every small step we take as individuals helps but a real transition will require collective action at all levels. Research can help.
I am Hendrik Wouters, researcher at Ghent University. I study the emergence of heat waves, drought and intense precipitation. I have participated in the latest climate report from (…)
What moves me the most is the definitive disappearance of species and the climate sceptic movements. I try to be an actor of change on a daily basis.
It’s not a matter of one ‘or’ the other. We all will have to unite in doing everything that can be done together.
Huge biodiversity losses are taking place, caused by global warming and accelerated by massive deforestation.
Societal change, not climate change, requires political will. And this, in the end, requires pressure from citizen, at all levels of society.
Everything has to change: behaviors, spiritual life, political engagement… From a systemic point of view too, we have to move towards a real ecological transition.
My main concerns are about the biodiversity crisis. Experts have recognised three main causes. The first main cause depends on habitat destruction, fragmentation and degradation (…)
Scientific evidence shows that climate changes are ongoing. To mitigate those changes, we need to rapidly change our lifestyles, and not wait for a strong political action.
In our struggle to make this world a better place, our best weapon remains our determination to change ourselves. “Be the change you want to see in this world.” Mahatma Gandhi