Day 1 of COP28 was truly momentous.

Day 1 of COP28 was truly momentous. Today marked an historic milestone for climate action, following the agreement to operationalize the loss and damage fund which will assist developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.   It was the first time that a decision has been adopted on Day 1 […]

Seeing Through the Eyes and Stories of Refugees

Seeing Through the Eyes and Stories of Refugees Child refugees, Glocally Connected Every year, millions of men, women, children, families are caught in a crossfire of political conflicts, war, and violence in many countries like Syria, Yemen, and Afghanistan. According to UNHCR, there were about 68 million people forced to leave their homes and countries due to […]

Raising Environmental Awareness from the Deep Sea to the Arctic

Raising Environmental Awareness from the Deep Sea to the Arctic Kapu Collective A picture says a thousand words…more so, if they’re on the edge of a waterfall, underwater, or among the broken ice pieces in the Arctic. These sums up the fascinating art pieces that Hula and Kapu have done and been doing. Brothers, born and raised […]

Tackling Plastic Pollution with Trash Art…A Look at our Waste Habits

Tackling Plastic Pollution with Trash Art…A Look at our Waste Habits The River by Katie Williams Amid the growing plastic pollution crisis, we see people rising up and taking a stand in a lot of different ways. Plastic pollution protests can range from marching in the streets to more unorthodox methods, such as protest art. Protest […]

‘We’re not for Sale’ — a March on Human Trafficking

‘We’re not for Sale’ — a March on Human Trafficking People’s march on human trafficking in Hollywood, CA On April 6th, people from all walks of life gathered and marched together on the streets of Hollywood to call for an end on human trafficking. According to United Nations, human trafficking takes place in every country with […]