Middle East


Does Climate Change Cause Migration?

Juan Mayorga | December 11th, 2015

In the weeks leading up to the Paris climate change conference, and during COP21 itself, high-profile voices like those of Barack Obama, Prince Charles, Al Gore, Francois Hollande and Pope

Memoirs of a Greensha: Part Three

Yara Al-Wazir | November 3rd, 2011

There are many things that divide us as humans – religion, beliefs, thoughts, and ideologies. These things somehow always cause culture shock when I travel. Luckily, there’s one thing that

Memoirs of a Greensha: Part Two

Yara Al-Wazir | July 20th, 2011

Water is beautiful. It guards our land, it helps us tan, it nourishes us and it tastes great. Sadly, water statistics makes me cringe, and there are plenty of them.

Memoirs of a Greensha: Part One

admin | July 11th, 2011

Having just finished high school, I wanted an exciting summer where I could challenge myself. I will be leaving Kuwait, the country I have called home for the past ten

Climate Refugees: Coming Soon from an Island Near You!

Yara Al-Wazir | June 20th, 2011

As a refugee, no matter how many countries I visit or live in, I never feel like I’m at home. I was born in Kuwait in 1992 to Palestinian refugees.