Tales of Disaster from the Tropical Islands

hjvIn ecology, the concept of isolation does not exist. Western-based environmental pollution is intimately linked to the events that are altering natural and human life conditions in apparently remote regions of the globe. Climate change side-effects are tangible in the complex, fragile environments of the world tropical islands, from the Pacific to idyllic Maldives. Continue reading..



2015 ends with a series of Climate Change Records


Bushfire in Australia.

The concentration of extreme weather events around the world over this Christmas period shed light and drove talks on climate change. From South America, to the US, Europe and Australia, countries were hit by a natural phenomenon called El Nino. Continue reading

The COP21 Agreement, light at the end of the tunnel?

COP21The Agreement has been welcomed as well as harshly criticized. Scientist James Hansen define it a ‘fraud’. Big business representatives played a role behind doors to stop the deal, and the Agreement is deficient indeed. However, 195 countries by engaging in the Agreement made a little step forward, showing that – hopefully – there may be a small light at the end of the tunnel. Continue reading