Pope Francis, visiting Assisi, the birthplace of St Francis who was close to nature, on 24 September called on for “courage” in abandoning fossil fuels and lamented that older generations didn’t know how to protect the planet and secure peace, Continue reading →
The 2022 African Youth Survey (AYS) sponsored by Ichikowitz Family Foundation, a leading African foundation encouraging active citizenship across the continent, shows how young Africans plan on building a better future for themselves, their countries, and the continent that ties Continue reading →
The planet as we know it today will never be the same tomorrow or in the months and years yet to come. Life on earth is diminishing with the massive loss of biodiversity due to the environmental effects of logging, Continue reading →
Every day we have to recognize and celebrate the miracle of life itself on this unique planet with millions of diverse amazing creatures making up wondrous biodiversity that exists nowhere else in the known universe.
Big rivers emerge from small springs. They spring forth in remote hills. Big ideas to change the world are also born on the edge. Great movements to transform societies do not start from the centre: they start in small places Continue reading →