GCI Project: Smart Water for Green Schools The Shoe Project is a collaboration between Green Cross Japan,Green Cross Swedenand theGreen Belt Movement (GBM)in Kenya, which distributed some 1,000 shoes to children and youth in the Rift Valley, last Febuary. The Shoe Project was made possible through the generous support Mr Shoo Iwasaki, President of Green […]
On April 15, Green Cross held an exclusive event in collaboration with Impact Economy, on the role of media in raising awareness of global environmental and social issues. David Gelber and Joel Bach, creators and executive producers of The Years of Living Dangerously Project: a multi-part TV series and internet project on climate change, were in Europe to start preparing a second series that will include more content from this part of the world (the first series focused heavily on the United States). They were joined by Maria Wilhelm, Executive Producer and President & CEO of CAMERON Companies, and Maximilian Martin, European Partner and Member of the Years Advisory Board.
The moderator of the panel debate was Green Cross International’s Vice President and former Mayor of Geneva Pierre Muller. A short primer on the series was followed by a lively discussion about ways of spreading awareness about climate change issues, and examples of stories to tell about dealing with and overcoming today’s challenges. Gelber and Bach’s previous series demonstrated the problem – for the next series, they intend to lay out the best solutions.
Press Release – 28 August 2018 The Swedish authorities are called upon to take action as World Water Week opens in Stockholm. Tuesday 28 August 2018, Geneva, Switzerland –– Green Cross Sweden, with the support of Green Cross International, and along with Urbergsgruppen Grenna-Norra Kärr, denounces the current and proposed mining activities of Tasman Metals […]