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A Book in a Crisis – Reflections on the Power of Reading as Comfort and Bond

The climate crisis in Niger: Implications for refugees

This piece originated from a discussion about climate change with an asylum seeker from Niger who currently lives in Berlin. He asked his family to send photographs of the land they attempt to farm. the discussion led to a reconsideration of the intricate relation...
A Book in a Crisis – Reflections on the Power of Reading as Comfort and Bond

An Earth anthem for the Covid-19 pandemic

Shonil Bhagwat argues that World Environment Day is more than just a day – it celebrates the people being part of this Earth for eons and eons. We borrow this Earth from our children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Let’s think of this Earth with gratitude and...
A Book in a Crisis – Reflections on the Power of Reading as Comfort and Bond

Water Matters

Sophie Watson suggests that narratives of disaster can be disempowering and argues that we must not be disempowered. Instead, if we Act Now people may not be displaced from the place they call home. Human beings are constituted of water. All our organs are made up of...