January 21, 2019
-1 °C Zurich, CH
Climate Change In The Antartica

Climate Change – Antartica Sea Ice Reduction

Antarctica, the South Pole, Earth’s southernmost continent. Home of the emperor penguin. It’s the coldest, driest, and windiest place on earth. Twice the size of Australia and about 98% of Antarctica is covered by ice. Hence important, to check how the climate change affects Antarctica.

8 reasons why you should buy organic fair trade food

8 Reasons Why You Should Buy Organic Fair Trade Food

We like to convince you to buy organic fair trade food only. It’s not just trendy! It’s healthy and fair. Read the story behind your food. In this article, we give you 8 reasons why you should buy organic fair trade. Get clear definitions, see the differences and advantages of organic and sustainable Fairtrade.

Good News but more needs to be done for our Planet

‘Good News’ but more needs to be done for our Planet

The UN is reporting “Good News” for our environment but much more needs to be done. New technologies and renewable energies make it possible. In fact, a lot has happened in the last few years. It’s time to talk about progress and continue to invest in sustainability.

container ship arriving africa

Poor Countries Suffer From Growing Food Import

A new FAO report shows an increasing burden on poor countries. Forced to import agricultural goods. While rich countries continuously force overproduction. They show no interest that poor countries should feed themselves. We show you what we can do to stop that nonsense.

refugee at work

The Right To Asylum: Give Refugees The Right To Work

Give Refugees the right to work. People seeking asylum are effectively prohibited from working in many countries. As a result, many are left to live in poverty, struggling to support themselves and their families, whilst the Government wastes the talents and economic power of thousands of people. Let’s change that!

Italy. Hundreds rescued crossing the sea. Source- UNHCR:Marco Rotunno

Over 1500 Refugees Died Crossing the Mediterranean Sea

More than 1,500 refugees and migrants have lost their lives attempting to cross the Mediterranean in the first seven months of 2018. 850 in June and July. It’s a crime to close borders for refugees. Providing assistance to people in need is a must.