As Nelson Mandela, one of the most famous politicians said “Everything seems impossible until it is done”, other problems and challenges could occur that we might face. Yet we, as human beings have responsibilities to protect the refugees. When properly managed, the refugees may have far-reaching potentials and their communities as well. And consequently they would serve as part of the society which contributes for the economic growth of the country, overcoming ethnic differences and winning the fight for position among other people.
About a year ago I had a dinner with a very bright colleague of mine from the investment bank where I served as an intern. Initially our conversation was quite enjoyable and ranged from physics and mathematics to politics and philosophy. However, there was a topic that noticeably struck a chord with both of us and it was the legitimacy and importance of climate change.
Nature’s love has been integrated within us from the moment we were born. She is our caring mother, our guardian, our very oxygen that we breathe and shivers down our lungs. She has never been hostile towards her children who unfortunately are taking advantage of our sweet heart and abusing all the resources she has to offer. In the end it is nature that defines us and our culture.
“Never had a phone call made such an impact on her. She still felt dizzy from the news. ‘This is not a dream’ she thought, ‘this is for real!’. She still hadn’t swallowed the fact that she, Helena Stavriokis, had won the Nobel Prize…”
Microplastics appear where you would least expect it – for example in some cosmetics, clothes, even food. Tons of tiny plastics are floating in the world oceans. Time to make people know about it, finds author Paulina.