Climate Change as a Conflict Trigger – Tone Bjørndal

We are entering an era of increased risk of conflict due to climate change. We depend on resources for survival, and thus, they have throughout history always been an important factor for conflicts. As anthropogenic climate change and unsustainable use…

Because Every Single Person Counts – Alena Santalainen

I am extremely happy and proud to have good news to share once again.  Recently, the law that was being used to discriminate against rape victims in Sudan was amended and signed into law by the President. The amazing thing is how this…

Canada must protect its Arctic – Dunja Stajic

The Canadian government has been failing miserably at reaching its target to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions ahead of the upcoming Paris Summit in December. The provinces have yet to hear from the feds* in response to the need to work together…

Ecofeminism and Climate Change – Junior Sikabwe

What is it to be in our natural element, and how much should we adapt to circumstantial change? In Green politics, ecofeminism is the belief that women are inherently associated with nature, in that both have been subjected to oppression…

Secularism and Religious Extremism – Jack Davies

The first Turkish president, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, once stated “He is a weak ruler who needs religion to uphold his government”. Although falling short of advocating a fully secular state, Ataturk highlights the weakness of a state reliant upon a…

Climate Сhange Issues and Green Energy Solutions in Russia – Nikolay Artemenko

What could we do to make the Earth cleaner, healthier and nicer for everyone? The first and the most important thing is to change our attitude to the relationship between us and our planet. How can we use natural resources…