The final piece that pushed me to take action was a recent study showing dramatic declines in insect abundances in German nature reserves. It not only touched me because I was (...)
During my studies, I have become increasingly aware of the devastating effects humans can have on their environment. However, I also believe we are capable of change.
One key obstacle to combating climate change is the naïve faith that it can be solved by technological progress, as most new inventions merely stimulate more consumption.
The more ecological waste is the one that has not been produced.
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.
Main concerns : Air pollution, including traffic and heat sources. I carry out numerous studies all around Wallonia where problems are detected or suspected (proximity to traffic (...)
My main concern is that the earth warming up will cause extreme weather conditions which will disrupt the local economies for millions of people in the world, because climate will (...)
LESS IS MORE and complexity will serve the sustainability
Climate change is a symptom, not the problem. Growth and (over)consumption associated with that growth are. We need everyone to be aware of this and act on it.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood... and I took the one towards regenerative economics 🙂