April 21, 2021
  • 3:21 pm Glocal Sustainability- What we do…
  • 1:28 am Impact of Community Programs on Climate Change and Environmental Conservation
  • 2:39 pm Review of Human Element Movie (2019) By Moses Gitonga
  • 4:11 pm Benefits of agroforestry for smallholder farmers in Sub Saharan Africa
  • 10:17 am Tips for Living with Less Plastics
  • 10:48 pm No longer the opium of the poor; Linking Faith and Glocal Development

“Our glocal thinking approach to sustainability enables us to cross-examine global issues, with solutions that apply to different local contexts, but whose cumulative impact is universally significant”

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Climate change and environmental conservation have been the centre of many discussions for several years now, with the latest development being the acceptance of the Paris Treaty by Joseph R. Biden Jr., president of the United States. For several years, many in underdeveloped regions, such as Africa and parts of Asia, ignored climate change and […]

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“We humans are a force of nature. At the same time human activities alter the basic elements of life – earth, air, water, and fire – those elements change human life in turn”. James Balog James Balog, an experienced photographer and explorer, introduces the audience to how human activities suppress all other forces and re-shape […]

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The unprecedented effects of climate change can not just be termed as ‘climate change’ but have now yielded a climate crisis. A good example of such change includes the extreme weather events such as frequent flooding occurrences. . Unfortunately, the impacts of floods are more severe in developing countries, particularly among the poor rural communities […]

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Do you know how to reduce your plastic consumption? Have a look at this image for some suggestions. Make it a habit to use reusables, they save you money, time, and you will feel fulfilled to have had played your part in a litterless campaign. This means you will have also contributed to reducing plastic […]

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Most development stakeholders, including governments in the Global South, have underutilized the potential of faith/religion to mobilise citizenry for economic revitalization. A change of thought, as well as change of tact, is exigent to realise sustainability, without quashing religion or faith in the development agenda. This way we will be able to change the notion of ‘religion as the opium of the poor’.

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Environmental law has, is and can progress effectively

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