Marrakech witnessed thousands of people coming together of all ages and nationalities, to protest against climate change and raise our voices on the urgency to act NOW! We marched through the streets chanting different rhythms in different languages, but all unified by our beliefs and passions to stop climate change. There were Morrocan workers and teachers … Continue reading Power to the People!
While we were exploring through the floors of the COP22 green zone, we found lots of interesting inventions, organizations and art pieces. One piece that I found really beautiful was called Flowers Of Change. As you can tell from the title the artwork had something to do with flowers, and you're right! The installation included … Continue reading Flowers of Change
Stinky no no, only innovative. As I was sitting on the toilet I remembered learning in Italy that every time you flush a toilet it uses 6 liters of water. I thought this was really unsustainable so while I pondered on this thought, I found a sign saying that they recycle all the soapy water from … Continue reading Toilets at the COP 22
If we educate the youth in the right way we can raise a whole generation of change makers. This is why Earthbound focusses so much on visiting schools to raise awareness about the global issues we face and empowering people to make a change happen. We hope to inspire them through presentations and workshops but … Continue reading Education is The Key to Solutions
How many of you have wanted to sail into the unknown and discover hidden tropical islands just like pirates used to do? Britta Slippens is a modern day pirate and has been sailing around Indonesia for around 20 years. She raised her children in the pristine waters and on white sand beaches sipping coconuts fresh … Continue reading Britta’s Boat