7 podcasts to learn more about climate change and how to fight it
Every person I know, including myself, is constantly looking for new podcasts to listen to. If true crime isn't your thing, here are seven great podcasts about climate change that are entertaining and informative at the same time.
8 November 2018
An online petition is a step but it's not effective on its own
9 October 2018
These artists transformed a former prison into a colorful home for refugees
15 October 2018
The island nation of Kiribati is sinking right before our eyes
A tiny Pacific island chain, decades away from being swallowed by the ocean, is fighting for its survival.
13 September 2018
Meet the astrophysics star championing diversity in science
Astrophysics star Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell finally receives recognition for her ground-breaking work after 50 years; in the most badass move of all moves, donates the whole prize money.
5 August 2018
Migrateful is the cookery class that uses recipes to rebuild lives
Introducing the new supper club that allows you to cook and eat amazing food, whilst helping asylum seekers and refugees rebuild their lives in London.
12 September 2018
Japan is progressive in many areas but not in its approach to refugees
Despite having the third largest economy in the world, Japan’s doors are open to only a handful of asylum seekers.
9 June 2018
Creating common ground through education, students redefine refugee crisis
Some students learn, some students teach. Some do both. I talked to the co-founder of an organization that is redefining what "integration" of refugees means through a student-led program.
20 June 2018
Please hold. You are caller 2.500.000.
28 May 2018
Muppets on the front line: Sesame Street helps tackle the refugee crisis
Elmo, Cookie Monster and the gang are helping children recover from the traumas of conflict in the Middle East and providing education and opportunity to a generation harmed by war.
2 July 2018
Children in war-torn areas want education
Schools are bombed and attacked in conflict zones, millions of children are out of school. With a decline in aid for education in recent years, providing schooling to children is more important than ever before.