Kumpleto na ba ang listahan ng iboboto mo? Madaming nakasalalay sa bawat eleksyon – yung future natin at ng mga anak natin at ng mga anak nila ay na sa mga kamay natin.
This article was written for the Tyndall Centre. The original article is here. Climate change will negatively impact 273 biodiversity-rich areas of exceptional biodiversity with endemic species facing more adverse … Continue reading Climate change risks extinction of endemic species
Indonesia, like its neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia, has a long history of student activism; from the participation of indigenous and Islamic students to end Dutch colonial rule and a wave of protests in the 1970s against corruption, student movements became a strong force in Indonesia’s democracy. With the changing landscape of technology has also come a shift in how students and youth in Indonesia become politically engaged.
Electronic word of mouth such as social media posts, blogs, and review sites strengthen the adoption of low carbon innovations such as ride sharing platforms, digital food hubs, and smart home technologies, according to a study led by Emilie Vrain at the Tyndall Centre at the University of East Anglia.
I wanted to share that Max and I got married last January 15. We had a small, intimate registry wedding with three guests at King’s Lynn Town Hall and then … Continue reading We got married!
This second episode of our podcast is about how living abroad changes us and how it can lead to growth.
This paper looks at the fragile student movements in both countries and how digital media has played an important role in the reawakening of student youth activism in Malaysia and Singapore.
Now, for our first episode, we will be talking about Paskong Pinoy (Filipino Christmas)!
In this episode we are going to talk about cities and live music. With the UK’s goal of Net Zero by 2050, we need different sectors to do their share of actions to ensure a low-carbon future.