Achieving 2030 goals is feasible & affordable using right technologies, adequately, reasonably. Let's start now. It is not so dramatic. But 2050 is another story, of more changes.
As a professor of public law, I am particularly interested in the content of the Belgian Constitution, but also in its evolutionary prospects. In association with several colleagues (...)
Everything needs to have start: from avoiding waste via buying locally up to electrical cars charged by solar power
Our use of energy has been one of the drivers (and probably the main one) of climate change. Moving to renewable sources of energy is crucial for the future of our planet. Materials (...)
I made changes in my daily life. I still feel powerless to fight climate change. Stopping lobbies and populism's influence on politicians is the key to the ecological transition.
Promote education on sustainable technology and on our relationship with nature + Reasonable ways to reduce population growth exist
As a climate scientist working on Antarctica, I have been following the evolution of the Antarctic Ice Sheet and its contribution to sea level rise. Research showed exponential (...)
Humanity is destroying biodiversity at an unprecedented rate. Moving the human race to another planet is still science-fiction. To save ourselves, we need to save our planet first.
My main concern is on climate change for its impacts on sea level rise as well as on extreme events. It is a global issue in the sense that countries with the highest CO2 emissions (...)
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.