Carbon per Capita: 5 Facts You Need to Know (Infographic)

Climate change is such a broad and complex issue – many of us struggle to connect the dots to what we do on a daily basis. But, there’s a simple number that gets us to a good start – our carbon dioxide emissions per person (or carbon per capita).

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From Climate Cartoons to Catharsis: How a Little Goes a Long Way

Did you know that you can ditch the shampoo, and have perfectly great hair without the chemicals (and the disposable plastic bottles)? Did you know that propping your feet up on a simple stool while you poo saves you the pain of piles (and loo roll) along the way? More seriously, did you also know that these little things go a long way in shaping now we feel about this planet we live on?  Continue reading “From Climate Cartoons to Catharsis: How a Little Goes a Long Way”

10 Reasons Not To #ActOnClimate

Yes, 10 wonderful perfectly sound reasons for all of us to choose not to #ActOnClimate!

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Stickers! #StickersNotSkeptics

❤ Finally, they have arrived! Designed and made right here in sunny, sweaty Singapore, these stickers are fun, feisty, and sure to get your message out while you multi-task on myriad other things to make our world a better place. Because you’re awesome that way.  Continue reading “Stickers! #StickersNotSkeptics”

On the blue tears of the Arctic

Melt ponds in Greenland. Photo credit: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen and Robert Simmon, using EO-1 ALI data from the NASA EO-1 team.
Melt ponds in Greenland. Photo credit: NASA Earth Observatory image by Jesse Allen and Robert Simmon, using EO-1 ALI data from the NASA EO-1 team.

Scattered like saphhire jewels along the glacial coasts, these cobalt-blue melt ponds are beautiful heralds of the melting season in Greenland. What’s to worry about? They’re forming earlier, and faster.  Continue reading “On the blue tears of the Arctic”

On this beautiful planet

Jetsreams over Asia tonight - Earth.NullSchool.net
Jetstreams over Asia tonight. Credit: Cameron Beccario, earth.nullschool.net

Growing up, my TV diet was a staple of Star Trek and nature documentaries. I only grew more fascinated with our place in the universe when I delved into Physics, dabbling in polar research and astrophysics as an undergraduate intern. The beauty of this planet hasn’t been lost on me. Yet, I breathe it anew when Continue reading “On this beautiful planet”