The world is trying to combat Climate Change and other environmental problems with sustainable innovation, but is it enough, or do we need to change our mentality first? Staff writer Tilde Bergström presents an ancestral alternative philosophy to the hegemonic Western worldview: Buen Vivir.
“Civil resistance”: Can Soup-Covered Paintings Save the Environment?
Environmental protests involving acts of civil disobedience, such as throwing tomato soup on a famous painting, have recently happened in many places of the world. Staff Writer Paula Ullaland examines the effectiveness and impact of these actions.
The Dangers of Media Hooks
A few years ago, there was a large court proceeding …
Planet Earth – how perceptions impact sustainability efforts
Climate change is an issue of global importance. However, the different perceptions about it impact the efforts worldwide to combat it. Staff writer Dominique Keizer explains.
The hidden truth behind daily consumption choices
In a poignant essay, staff writer Dominique Keizer discusses what the consumer can change in order to preserve nature’s resources, and what to look for if you want your consumption to be more sustainable and fair.
Under the clouds of climate change – disaster and displacement
Environmental factors have become more and more common as drivers of migration in the world. Staff writer Linnea Björk explains how this especially affects Central America, highlighting the precarious situation of Haitian refugees.
Enlight analyst Marianna Manvelyan highlights the challenges and opportunities for airports to become more eco-friendly.
The complex truth behind your flowers: Problems with the global cut flower industry
Vilma Ellemark writes about what is behind the fragrant bouquets at florists and supermarkets, and what consumers can do for those working in the global supply chain of cut flowers.
Paradise caught in geopolitics
After many decades of isolation, the people of Socotra are being forced into a conflict that until recently was fought hundreds of kilometres away.