Market "laisser faire" and capitulating politics in the face of polluters and false solutions is incompatible with restoring our planet and human dignity.
For protecting the tropical forests and wildlife, we need to change the food system globally and our own dayly behaviour
The main problem I see is the over-use of available global resources. In my own field of expertise -wetland research- this includes drainage leading to large losses of biodiversity (...)
My main concern in my field of expertise of aquatic biology, ecology and evolution is that the drastic decline in species numbers will limit important ecosystem functions and that (...)
I was bord as a city girl and nearly always lived a city life. Yet I chose studies and holidays that enabled me to roam outside whenever that was possible. Those moments clearly (...)
I have been working with public and private actors on mitigation and adaptation to climate change for more than 10 years. In concrete terms, for mitigation to climate change (...)
As ethnologists, we have observed over the past 10 years, in our respective fields, increasingly marked inequalities between populations. These inequalities are mainly the result (...)
As some will know and others are trying to ignore, the world is changing rapidly. Our planet is filling up with people and all that they produce. Someone once told me this wonderful (...)
I hope that #Wechangeforlife will incentive many others so that we create a society where we no longer talk about the sustainable option, but the standard one.
My lectures at the university are concerned with the critique of capitalism and productivism as ways to make the nature and the human only resources for private money richness (...)