With the Conference Of Parties comes a change in the country that hosts it, or at least that is what I thought would happen. I started off with asking local people, these three questions: Do you think Marrakech has changed in the last year because of the COP22? How do you think the COP will affect the … Continue reading Marrakech Transformation COP 22
In the last couple of years, I have been noticing that our weather patterns have changed in a drastic way: it's either later, short or not here at all. This is a problem for agricultural use, we need food and for that, we need good soil to produce these healthy and nutritious foods. Soil and … Continue reading What Is Solid Rain?
We stood before a hill, a construction of survivors and of the ones that had their lives taken for the call of new start in a country that they have never been to, to a safe home. As we looked upon the view of orange, grey, red and baby yellow life jackets. The echo went … Continue reading A Mountain of Life
Why are you here? "Well, it’s just a good thing to do." This story was inspired by a volunteer that I met on the second day I visited the donation sorting center. We got put into the same area to unpack boxes and, after a while, we started talking about how he ended up here. "I … Continue reading Narrative of a Hero
Indonesia - and even the whole world - is polluted with dumping places and burning pits. Just outside Sanur, a province in Bali, is a huge dumping place that is connected to to the ocean and pollutes everything around it. When I drive on the main road with the motorbike, it makes me want to throw … Continue reading The World of Trash
In a small village outside of Ubud exist about six Banyan trees, tall trees that have huge veins as thick as my arm. These trees are very holy and are located mostly near temples and other sacred places. Two years ago there were seven, but a storm hit the island of Bali and tore one … Continue reading Banyan Tree