Besides an ecological problem, I see climate change also as a (gigantic) social question.
Climate action not only need to be social but green too
In order to recognise that climate change is a problem of individual responsibility, our traditional concepts regarding moral responsibility may need to be revised or expanded.
Climate change is forcing us to fundamentally rethink our food systems. Climate change is one of the main reasons for the alarming reality of increasing hunger in all regions of (...)
Make the change through plant-based diets, family planning & lower consumption
As a researcher in biodiversity conservation, I am concerned with the impacts of an anthropogenic cocktail of pressures on the natural environment, including climate change.
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.
Societal change, not climate change, requires political will. And this, in the end, requires pressure from citizen, at all levels of society.
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.