The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) organized a solemn commemoration of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) to recognize the first two decades since the 1997 entry into force of the global abolition treaty. Green Cross International’s director of environmental security and sustainability, Dr. Paul F. Walker, was invited by OPCW Director General […]
With the impact of climate change intensifying, Antarctic conditions are changing rapidly. The consequences will severely affect this fragile ecosystem.
Venture Capitalist, Philanthropist, Adventurer and Green Cross France & Territories Board Member Luc Hardy launched a voyage to the Antarctic in 2014, to commemorate the centennial of the epic Ernest Shackleton expedition in 1914. Hardy and his team, including world-class athletes and explorers, traveled south to observe, record, and document the Antarctic’s unique natural environment, the changes it has undergone, and the threats to its future. This film follows their experience.
Green Zone “Bouregreg” Conference Room
Friday, 11 November 2016 – 15:00-16:30
– Film projection (52 minutes)
– Post-film discussion (38 minutes)
- Luc Hardy, filmmaker
- Sarah Dobson, Youth Coordinator, Earth Charter International
- Jean-Michel Cousteau, Green Cross International Chairman
- Jessica Hung-Ju Chiu, Coordinator, Taiwan Environmental Quality Protection Foundation
This event is meant to inspire a new sense of responsibility and get people to act, showcasing landscapes and environments of unparalleled beauty.
On Saturday, April 29, people worldwide will advocate global action against climate change with “People’s Climate Marches” around the planet. Green Cross Sweden is one of the organizers of the “GBG March for Climate and Peace” together with Walk2Peace and Friends of Earth. The Göteborg march starts on the city’s western outskirts and will end […]