Hope and the Environment

Is there any hope for our universe at the current rate at which we are polluting it? What answers do you have for your children when they ask you “What have you made of our environment?” How do you dissolve the topic of “doom and gloom” before it is too late?

We answer all these questions for you in our 2014, 6th edition of “Beyond Doom and Gloom – An Exploration Through Letters”. Read it now to find out what many famous and international academics have written in their personal letters. This publication is bought to you by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, edited by none other than Elin Kelsey.

Our other notable works that are definitely worth a read in this aspect include:

  • The Birth of Oceanoptimism. This thread alone has captured the attention of about 1.7 million twitter accounts who have joined our hope movement.
  • The Circumnavigating Hope by The World Conversation Union (IUCN).
  • The New Scientist editorial.
  • The Sustainable Happiness by Catherine O’Brien
  • The Congress 

You can also tune in and listen to the CBC Radio, the all new “call in show”. Further, you must watch Elin’s keynote presentation given at the International Aquarium Congress (IAC) in Cape Town, South Africa.

You can also visit our Facebook page and stay tuned to the latest environmental news.

The issue of individualism and collective responses are important to inspire hope among millions of youth in our community. This is what drives our interest and scale beyond the traditional methods of approach to focus on behavior-change models to garner hope and sustainability when it comes to our environment.