Why should you join CURLS 2019? III

Pema Rinzin (Bhutan) Pema is currently working as an Associate Lecturer in Department of Sustainable Development, College of Natural Resources, Royal University of Bhutan.Attending the CURLS program has taught me a lot. Firstly, getting to meet people from diverse cultures and of different ages and being able to share this learning journey together with all the participants was very memorable and enriching experience for me. Especially … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? III

Why should you join CURLS 2019? I

Ishanya Anthapur: Ishy (USA)Ishanya Anthapur: Ishy (USA) Ishy is a student intern and CURLS 2018 participant studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Princeton University.  Curls 2018 has given me the gift of impetus. While I’ve been a generally knowledgeable citizen about ongoing crises and world issues, I haven’t always been the most active person. At one point in my life I thought, “I do not … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? I

Why should you join CURLS 2019? II

Ryan Bestre (The Philippines) Ryan currently works for the solar energy company: Solar Pacific and volunteers for Greenpeace as an ecological agriculture campaigner. (Following piece is from a blog written by Ryan as his reflection on module 1 of CURLS 2018) “We have to be angry but humble… We have to fight joyfully.” This statement came from 2010 Right Livelihood Award Laureate Nnimmo Bassey, an … Continue reading Why should you join CURLS 2019? II