Climate Change

Climate Change

Interview: Uili Lousi, Artist and President, OHAI Tonga
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
02·15·24
An interview with the president of OHAI Tonga and environmental artist Uili Lousi exploring his work raising awareness uplifting the voices of the ocean by advancing knowledge around the impact of climate change in Tonga and the Pacific.
World’s Temperature Reaches 1.52°C
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
02·15·24
A wrap up of key findings from the COP28 Resilience Hub Synthesis Report as the world's temperature reaches 1.52 degress celsius. Selva Ozelli explores the reports themes and impacts alongside relfections and next steps on the Road to COP29
The Historic and Enigmatic COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·13·23
Selva Ozelli breaks down some of the initiatives, achievements, and outcomes from COP28 and their potential impact on climate change noting more is needed.
Interview: Art of Change 21 at COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·13·23
Interview with Stefano Vendramin, Director of Programmes Art of Change 21, exploring the organisations work championing the power of artists and creativity in enabling the environmental transition
Interview: Jarunee Khongswasdi, Bringing Culture to COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·13·23
Selva Ozellia interviews Jarunee Khongsawasdi of the Siamese Heritage Trust and explores her work bringing Culture for Climate Change to COP28 and her work raising public awareness of cultural heritage issues and campaigning for the review of inappropriate projects that will have negative impacts on cultural heritage/landscapes.
Interview: Moe Moe Lwin, Vice Chairperson, SEACHA
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·11·23
TRVST interviews Moe Moe Lwin, vice chairperson of SEACHA and their work promoting Southeast Asian built heritage, cultural landscape, cultural wisdom, and practice in relation to climate change.
Interview: Thepduangchan Bounthideth, Culture, Nature & COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·06·23
An interview with Thepduangchan Bounthideth, SEACHA youth representative, exploring her interests in the links between cultural heritage and environmental conservation in advance of panel discussion at COP28 exploring the topic "Ancestral Wisdom as Tools for Climate Action: Southeast Asian Voice."
Interview: Lori Ferriss, Architecture 2030 and COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·05·23
Lori Ferriss, an architect committed to harnessing existing buildings and cultural heritage for a sustainable future through design, policy, and knowledge sharing, explains her work leading up to COP28 and initiaitives tapping into the untapped potential to reduce emissions in the built world.
Don’t Let Climate Change Interrupt the Opera
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·04·23
With COP28 underway Selva Ozelli covers extinction rebellions disruption of the opening of Tannhäuser in NYC. Young protestors point out that there is "no opera on a dead planet” and demand an end to fossil fuels.
Interview: Dr. Johannes Widodo, Architecture, Culture & Climate.
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·04·23
An interview with Dr. Johannes Widodo, Director of Graduate Programs in Architectural Conservation - National University of Singapore. He explains his work championing sustainable development, architectectural conservation and more recent involvement in COP28
Interview: Dr. Chi Suwichan, Karen Anthropologist & Musician
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
12·04·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Dr. Suwichan (Chi) Phatthanaphraiwan, a Karen Anthropologist and musician from Chiang Mai, Thailand in advance of his COP28 Program. Together they explore the impacts of climate change on the the Pgaz k'Nyau (Karen) ethnic group in northern Thailand, the Karen Harp is and symbolism, and the importance of culture.
The Future of Power Art Show at COP28
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
11·08·23
The COP28 Resilience Hub will feature an art show titled “Future of Energy.” This art show will articulate the Resilience Hub’s vision of resilience underpinning sustainable development in an inclusive world in harmony with nature that is better prepared to cope with shocks, adapt to change, and transform – all within planetary boundaries.
Havre de Grace Maritime Museum Joins Global Climate Events
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
09·07·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Jennifer Sim of the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum and her work to complement the Museum’s goals; curating art shows focused on the importance of water, wetlands, and biodiversity. 
Language of Birds, An Interview With Poet Enrique Enriquez
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
08·21·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Enrique Enriquez, a New York based Venezuelan poet whose work is exhibited as part of Climate Week NYC.
Wetlands and Climate Change - Impacts and Importance
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
07·21·23
Wetlands offer essential ecosystem services that support the environment. They hold about 125,000 freshwater species. Wetlands are critical to successfully maintaining the earth, especially against climate change. This article explores four facts about wetlands' potential to reduce and control climate change. 
6 Facts About the Role of Soil Health in Climate Change Mitigation
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
07·17·23
This article explores the relationship between soil carbon, health, and climate change. We will examine the characteristics of healthy soils and explore the properties that influence soil’s chemical and biological activities and its ability to store soil carbon. 
Interview: Ilhan Sayin & Flowers of Hope at LCAW
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
06·28·23
Selva Ozelli interviews artist Ilhan Sayin whose work from Flowers of Hope are exhibited as part of London Climate Action Week
Climate Change and Mental Health
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
06·21·23
From a general sense of anxiety and concern for the state of the planet and its inhabitants to more significant loss or displacement due to climate events, the changing climate can impact our mental health. We explore the effects of climate change on our mental health alongside ways to reduce the impacts.
IFRC Warns the World Cannot Afford Another Set of Vague Promises at COP27
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
11·06·22
At the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27), to be held from 6 to 18 November 2022 in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) warns that the world can no longer afford a set of vague promises at COP27.
16 Best Carbon Offset Programs For Individuals and Businesses
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
10·23·22
According to reports, we pump 35 billion tons of carbon into the atmosphere yearly. Carbon offsetting is a powerful way to reduce your carbon footprint and make a big difference. We list the best carbon offset programs that engage in a range of initiatives to lower individual and business's carbon footprints
Zero Emissions Day: A Day Off for Climate
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BY Mike Gomez ·
09·21·22
Explore the origins of Zero Emissions Day and learn about impactful initiatives already in motion. Support our quest for a livable planet.
Climate Week NYC: What It Is and Why It Is Important
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BY Mike Gomez ·
09·18·22
Climate Week NYC is a significant climate event that unites leaders and advocates to discuss pressing environmental issues. Through this article, learn about the history, ongoing initiatives, and ways to participate in this crucial annual event. Let's all take action for a greener world!
What Are Greenhouse Gases?
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
08·01·22
Since the industrial revolution began, human activity has grown the emission of greenhouse gases. Many industrial processes our modern world depends on have increased the amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. As a result, global temperatures have risen. What are greenhouse gases and their role in climate change?
Interview: Ingmar Rentzhog, Founder of We Don't Have Time
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
07·06·22
Selva Ozelli interviews Ingmar Rentzhof following their event at Stockholm50 and he shares his vision of social networking climate action
Interview: Osprey Orielle Lake,  Women's Earth and Climate Action Network
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
06·01·22
TRVST Interviews Osprey Orielle Lake, Founder and Executive Director of the Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN).
#TRVSTLOVES Education On The Climate Crisis
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BY Sam Colyer ·
05·03·22
#TRVSTLOVES looks at education efforts across the globe that are striving to teach young people about the climate crisis.
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