Inuit Artist Speaks of Melting Ice
Art / Indigenous & Aboriginal / International / Leaders & People

Inuit Artist Speaks of Melting Ice

Mattiusi Iyaituk, a gentle small figure steps forward to share a story of a life evaporating as quickly as the snow melts to make way for spring. As much as the South has done everything possible to erradicate the culture of the North, perhaps one of the lasting legacies of the Inuit artists will be to actually help the South. Continue reading

Innovation / International / Leaders & People / Science

“350” 24 October 2009 International Day of Climate Change

Climate change.  It has been an elusive issue in the political world yet it is an alarming visible reality in remote regions of the world. Recent reports indicate less Arctic Sea ice, more Carbon Dioxide, an increased sea level, an increased global temperature and a larger ozone hole, which are mobilizing the global community to … Continue reading

Egypt / Innovation / Leaders & People / Science / Switzerland

Green Thinking – Outside of the Box? Local First

Why is it ‘news’ when someone applies the rules of nature to architecture, climate change, or even national energy policies? Common sense is returning. Recently The Economist profiled the new U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu in the July 2, 2009 issue (see earlier post). Secretary Chu being a Nobel Prize winner in physics is a … Continue reading