I should really write about my McMillan Coffee Morning project next week. But this post from 2016 is such an eye-opener on how interconnected we are and how we first need to understand the impact on other communities of our behaviour and what we consume before we can start to make changes that will save the planet.
No one likes to be called “privileged” but if we do not start to question ourselves in that regard colonialism will just keep destroying all of us.
These are all hard questions and often difficult to answer, but I believe this pandemic gives us ample time to make a start. “Going back to normal” is not going to happen, no matter how much we wish for it.
Please head over to Kayla’s blog and give her a follow because she has a lot to teach all of us!
Let’s cut to the chase: The current climate change movement, on both a national and international level, is an excellent cause with a plethora of misguided notions. Not a piece you were probably expecting to come from a 2016 COP22 Youth Delegate candidate. But it’s a piece that has to be said, and it has […]Your Privilege is Showing: How Climate Change Movements Miss the Point