Will corporations take responsibility for climate change like they are asking an individual to?
John KixMiller, author of the Protectors of the Wood book series, tells Episode3 from Abby & Wendy
Gabriela Baez: Abby
Maritza Pabon : Intro and outro
Tamara Kachelmeier: Wendy
Lawrence Tate: Mapstick
John Kixmiller: Narrator
Right Here written by John KixMiller and performed by Edward Guzman and Gabriela Baez.
The Storm, written by Tamara Kachelmeier
Podcast recorded and mixed at Ghost Dog Studio in Brooklyn, New York
Sound Effects - Joe Vitaliano Jr. & Tamara Kachelmeier
Sound Design - Tamara Kachelmeier
Produced, Recorded, and Edited By Gabriela Baez, Edward Guzman, and Tamara Kachelmeier
My rendition of what the North Pole is like
Just like the first fantasy environment, this one is compiled of different aspects of South Korean culture (though not exclusively or as prominent as the first). With my thesis finally complete for this semester, I can go back to my personal series. For now, please enjoy! ୧((〃•̀ꇴ•〃))૭⁺✧
☕ this tavern is a key in the story. A place where people will meet their fate
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Hey everybody! Sorry for being inactive for a while now. I have to pass my finals but after that I will be right back with some content! I will also answer to the questions that some of you have asked me. (they are 6)
Until then, enjoy this video about why climate strikes matter, made by Our Changing Climate.
If you were mad about the white water rafting then you should know Dublin City Council are partnering with Hubbub and the Coca Cola Foundation to sponsor an installation to raise awareness of new recycling infrastructure to recycle bottles and cans in Dublin.
This partnership is grossly inappropriate as Coca Cola is one of the most environmentally destructive companies in history. Some of their actions include:
By partnering with Coca Cola in this campaign, Dublin City Council are complicit in the greenwashing of the coca cola brand, legitimising coca cola as an organisation which cares about environmental issues when this is nothing but a front to conceal the true depths of their destruction. The coca cola foundation according to its own website only commits to give back 1 percent of the company’s annual income anyways. They claim what that the key areas that they fund are:
It is clear that these goals are entirely insincere and nothing but a marketing ploy to make themselves look better given how they directly contribute to these issues with their exploitative practices. It is disgusting that Dublin City Council would want anything to do with them, much less partner with them on an environmental campaign.