Understanding the context for climate change solutions of the world’s most vulnerable

June 21, 2009

by Darren Willman

SUNDAY 21 JUNE 2009 – The International Commission on Climage Change and Development’s report on managing the climate change issue says “context matters”.  In those countries most vulnerable to climate change, Africa, I surveyed members of AIESEC as representatives of youth opinion for the unique solutions in their countries.

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Climate change requires the world to be more culturally sensitive

June 13, 2009

by Darren Willman

SUNDAY 14 JUNE 2009 – Mass migration as a result of climate change will be an issue of growing importance in the next 40 years.  But as Western Europe and European Union remain conservative and reserved, they reveal a need for cultural empathy and understanding across continents.

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Leaders in the climate change arena

May 26, 2009

by Darren Willman

MONDAY 25 MAY 2009 – With the latest computer modelling returning daunting results, we certainly need help on reducing our emissions, being more energy efficient and having a more environmentally conscious and sustainable perspective.  We need leadership.  But where will it come from?

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