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THE REFUGEE CRISIS THROUGH STATISTICS

THE REFUGEE CRISIS THROUGH STATISTICS

source: UNCHR, 2017 statictical yearbook

According to UNHCR, we are now witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record. An unprecedented 65.6 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 22.5 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18.

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The risk is too big not to care.

The risk is too big not to care.

Elizabeth Kolbert's book, “Field Notes from a Catastrophe”

A great global challenge. GLOBAL climate change. In recent decades we understand patterns in the climate much better than we do, even 25, 30 years ago.

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United Nations . Where they came from, and why.

United Nations . Where they came from, and why.

June, 25, 2017

The United Nations serves as a venue and a political arena, a place where diplomacy's conducted, where policy is conducted. It's the only multilateral organization we have. It represents most of the world, if not all the world.

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The tragedy of commons

The tragedy of commons

June, 19, 2017

What is a social good? And what  happens when people are sharing a resource, a social good , but are motivated by self interest ? What happens, is a tragedy writes Garrett Hardin, in his very influential article in Science Magazine in 1968.

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Everything is impact

Everything is impact

June, 13, 2017

Humanity as a whole is the same way. Everything we do effects the whole world, for better or worse. So I invite all of us to ask:

“Am I part of the cure? Or am I part of the disease?”

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Global Sustainability Tenacity