In the earliest age of humanity, hunter-gatherers followed natural rhythms, and each subsequent stage of evolution was based on mutual exploitation. With the world’s population growing by a billion people every decade, the return to nature cannot be a bucolic return to the land: jobs must be based on impact.
“If two people live in an apartment, and there are two bathrooms, Then both have freedom of the bathroom. You can go to the bathroom anytime you want, stay as long as you want, for whatever you need”
Glasgow’s COP26 climate conference has disappointed again and we need to conclude that nothing can be expected from diplomatic conferences. Read in this essay about 1. futile and expensive UN conferences; 2. US leadership in climate change; 3. the responsibility of consumers; 4. the silver bullet carbon tax and how it connects to the universal basic income; and 5. technology as panacea.
Learning What Matters. Now.
Join the upcoming premiére screening of “Learning What Matters. Now” on UN World Children Day (November 21st) in St. Pölten.
Documentary Screening on Erasmus Day
During Erasmus day, Green Steps was invited by JugendInfo St.Pölten to screen for the first time its documentary about the Hoopoe Summit in front of 12 ESC volunteer from Europe, Russia and Peru. Author: Gloria Corradini From the 14th to the 16th of October the Erasmus days took place and on the 14th , Green […]
ONJ – beta community feature
We met with the head of Austrian Nature Protection Youth into the ONJ headquarter in Graz. The first step to a lasting parnership.