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This year our Christmas tree is a little unorthodox as we’ve discovered that kittens enjoy nothing more than destroying living plants and creating chaos. So we’ve tinted green some of our photos from 2011 and created a mosaic Christmas Tree. … Continue reading
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What do vegans eat? These are the tantalizing treats of my autumn eats. From warm hearty soups to wholesome salads, lasagnas and sweet fruity ice-cream. I’ve collated a selection of dishes to encourage you into the kitchen and reinvigorate your taste … Continue reading
Mayors and city officials from 80 cities met in Gwangju’s Kim Dae Jung Convention Center last month. Amongst lavish lunches and trash bins full of small empty single-use plastic water bottles, they came together to pledge to steer their cities … Continue reading
Jamie Lerner, Urban planner and former mayor of Curitiba, Brazil believes that, “Cities are not the problem, they are the solution.” This article I wrote for the Gwangju News October Issue 2011 Gwangju Metropolitan City and the United Nations … Continue reading
Korean companies are taking their social responsibility more seriously, and their activities are playing an important role in the community whilst increasing company profits. Consumer awareness of environmental issues and ethical practices has created a market that supports socially responsible … Continue reading
The Ultimate Guide to Eating Cleaner, Getting Leaner, and Living Compassionately by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Here it is. If you’ve being living in the closet and don’ know who Colleen is, you absolutely must check out her podcast titled, ‘Vegetarian food … Continue reading
This past month the National Assembly of South Korea amended the Animal Protection Law (APL) to provide fundamental rights of life for animals, and toughen the punishments for those who violate them. As of February 2012, offenders found guilty of … Continue reading
The 1997 Kyoto agreement raised the profile of tradable carbon permits as a policy instrument for successfully dealing with CO2 emissions. As we find our planet in a state of apprehension over climate change, governments around the world take action … Continue reading
At a restaurant in Daejon, South Korea customers were amazed to find 4 metal screws and a metal plate attached to a bone inside their soup. The customers had ordered a bowl of “bosingtang” which is made from dog … Continue reading
“The ultimate goal of the Gwangju Summit, is to create a low carbon green city, based on two important tools; one is the Urban Environmental Evaluation Index and the other is urban Carbon Development Mechanism (CDM).” Professor Kim I spoke … Continue reading