The Strong Hands that Hold our Future

By Claus Anthonisen Saturday, Feb. 15—The youth gathered in the Horticultural Building, at Landsdowne, for the Generation Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Summit were both inspired and inspring as they celebrated the youth-led initiatives on the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. There were also many, let’s say, more mature folks participating the summit including luminaries as diverse as Joel Harden, the MPP for Ottawa Centre, Solange … Continue reading The Strong Hands that Hold our Future

Solar-Powered Water Technology Supporting South Sudanese Farmers on the Frontlines of Climate Change

written by Katie Fettes photo Credit: Jean Luc Habimana, 2019 Africa is the continent most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, despite accounting for only 2-3 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. Up to 70 percent of the continent’s population depends on agriculture, with 95 percent of this production relying on rainfall. Increased water scarcity due to irregular rainfall patterns is bringing droughts … Continue reading Solar-Powered Water Technology Supporting South Sudanese Farmers on the Frontlines of Climate Change