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IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO SAVE THE PLANET

| The Importance of a Multi-Sectoral Approach to Climate Action | Growing up in my Caribbean household, I often heard the proverb “it takes a village to raise a child.” Whilst 6-year-old Lauren may have taken this statement quite literally, the current young adult version of me has a much better grasp of the meaning […]

ECO-FASCISM: WHEN ENVIRONMENTALISM MEETS WHITE SUPREMACY

As our society adapted in the wake of a global pandemic, various lessons emerged about what the COVID-19 response could (and could not) teach us about fighting climate change. In March 2020, a tweet by Thomas Shulz circulated on social media, namely Twitter, that explained that with humans locked away indoors, the planet improved. The […]

HOW TO PREPARE FOR HURRICANE SEASON

The increased frequency and strength of natural disasters is a textbook consequence of our changing climate.  For those who live on small island developing states (SIDS) like The Bahamas, we have witnessed first hand the destruction that Category 5 hurricanes like Matthew and Dorian can cause, especially when they occur back-to-back. Thus, with hurricane season […]

WHAT’S FOR DINNER?

| An Introduction to Sustainable Eating | For something that is such an essential part of our everyday lives, figuring out the right things to eat can be really complicated – especially once you bring sustainability into the equation. Veganism and vegetarianism tend to be considered the end-all-be-all of sustainable diets. This assumption, however, completely […]

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