Climate change & biodiversity
As a small team with experience in environmental science, law, international development and business, we use these (continuous) learnings, and design & systems thinking, to focus on climate change and biodiversity. These twin crises are the consequence of much of what we speak about and our work in Cambodia is also centred around climate change and justice. Follow along our website and socials for a stream of updates, facts, stories and innovations in this space.
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There have now been countless comparisons of the corona pandemic and the climate crisis. Many highlight how our Earth is apparently healing or how similar the crises are (they aren’t). Many that the climate crisis needs to find the PR agent that Covid-19 has (quite possibly!). I understand these posts.
The word greenwashing is believed to have come about in the 1980s when environmentalist Jay Westerveld was staying at a resort in the Pacific and read a sign that asked him to place his towels on a rack (don’t wash) or on the floor (replace). The notice continued along the
I’ll start with it here folks, carbon offsetting is a shitshow. It’s a mess. It sincerely needs unstuffing. And it’s also what we’re aiming toward when we talk about being climate or carbon neutral. It’s what we’re relying on when we feel guilty about taking a flight or running a
Australia is currently being ravaged by a wildfire crisis whilst the nation has consistently voted climate denying governments to power. The current one, seemingly ignored numerous warnings of the catastrophe that is now playing out. The Prime Minister, a former marketing manager of Tourism Australia who was sacked during his
In case you missed it, the world is in a bit of a shitshow (this is likely my favorite English word). Consumption rates are out of control. Our emissions are increasing every year. Our waste systems are collapsing. Suburban sprawl is…sprawling. Look at how much of the world we have
In 1968 a group of scientists, researchers and business people formed in Italy as a global think tank to address the state of our environment, including global warming and our capitalistic economy that was increasingly reliant on growth. It’s premise was that the Earth was finite. They teamed up with