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Day 3 in Paris: Water

If nature is the beginning, what is the end? What are we doing to our fresh water? By Lydia Mogano Session title: Water and energy: a nexus for development and adaptation for development (hosted by French water partnership). I’ve never ever thought that we would one...

Day 2 in Paris

By Lydia Mogano and Tahirih Matthee Like a big sale season, delegates from across the globe were flocking to the Climate Generation Area (known as the green zone) on the 1st December 2015. This venue is situated about less than 200m away from the main COP 21...

Paris is mobilising

Though Parisians could not march this last weekend of the 28 – 29 November, they are nevertheless engaging in the global climate movement. Here are some pictures that show the amazing and creative engagement of civil society as COP21 kicks off.    ...

Season of light

By Louisa Feiter It is the season of light in more than one way. As summer arrives in the Southern Hemisphere, so do the celebrations of Diwali, Chanukah and Christmas, all of which are strongly grounded in traditions of light. Chanukah, or Hanukkah, is known as the...

Celebrating love for Creation

By Louisa Feiter The silky smoothness of water gliding over limbs; the prickliness of sun-dried grass underfoot; the cool caress of a breeze on a hot summer’s day; the warmth of a balmy night; the tickle of an ant crawling over a foot; the sturdiness of a tree leaned...