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It's so very easy to feel pessimistic and hopeless about the climate crisis. But we’ve got a few vital big things on our side, amongst them, our intelligence and wisdom, our children and grandchildren, the youth, activists and volunteers, civil societies, students,and committed teachers, parents and grandparents who are all demanding action to save the planet.

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The GCGI has consistently acted as a platform and a voice to challenge the economic and political systems pushing Mothers Nature and Earth towards disaster.

One thing that I know for sure is that the GCGI Family and Friends will not allow the threat to the living planet to fade from public life. We will not despair, we will walk on with the hope and determination that sooner or later we will succeed and we will build a better future.

To celebrate our optimism, hope and resilience to keep the fight alive to save our world, it is my pleasure to highlight once again, a selection of related postings from our GCGI archive.

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‘When we fiddle with nature, there can be unforeseen consequences. When we fiddle with nature in big ways, entire civilizations collapse.’-George Perkins Marsh           

“Be like the sun for grace and mercy.

Be like the night to cover others’ faults.

Be like running water for generosity.

Be like death for rage and anger.

Be like the Earth for modesty.

Appear as you are.

Be as you appear.”-Rumi

Desperately seeking Sophia: The Wisdom of Nature

'Nature and Me'-Part I: Educating the Heart and the Soul of Children to Build a Better World

'Nature and Me'-Part II: ‘A new guide to strengthening the relationship between people and nature.’

Nature and Me'-Part III: ‘This is it! The moment so many of you have been waiting for…’

'Nature and Me'- Part IV: Nature to Heal the World

‘Nature and Me'- Part V:A Beautiful and Inspiring Path to repair our relationship with life

‘Nature and Me’: ‘Nature as a Cure for the Sickness of Modern Times’

 ‘Nature and Me’: ‘200 words to protect the planet’

 'Nature and Me': Unlocking a New Vision for a Better World

 'Nature and Me': Educating the Heart and the Soul of Children to Build a Better World

 ‘Nature and Me’: A Beautiful and Inspiring Path to repair our relationship with life

A Joy Forever: John Keats' poetry lives on 200 years after his death

Detaching Nature from Economics is ‘Burning the Library of Life’

Desperately seeking Sophia: The Wisdom of Nature

 Embrace the Spirituality of the Autumn Equinox and Discover What it Means to be Human

 Season of Creation: Walking Together, Sowing Seeds of Hope

​Land As Our Teacher: Rhythms of Nature Ushering in a Better World

On the 250th Birthday of William Wordsworth Let Nature be our Wisest Teacher

Celebrating the joyous Spring with Hopkins and Wordsworth

In a world that seems so troubled, how do we hold on to hope?

The beauty of living simply: the forgotten wisdom of William Morris

The Time is Now for Values-led Education to Make the World Truly Better and Great Again

A Call to Parents and Grandparents to Protect and Save Mother Nature in the Interest of Their Children and Grandchildren

In Search of a Better Tomorrow: Reasons for Hope In Times of Uncertainty  

The IPCC Report- I Refuse to give up Hope: Earth Is A Mother that Never Dies

COP26 Glasgow: Hope and Humanity to Save Our Mother Earth and Nature, History Will Judge the Complicit

Season of Creation: Walking Together, Sowing Seeds of Hope

‘Open our minds and touch our hearts, so we may be attentive to Your gift of creation’

Spirituality and Environmentalism: Healing Ourselves and our Troubled World

I went to the woods to live deliberately- Henry David Thoreau

In this troubled world let the beauty of nature and simple life be our greatest teachers 

Saving the Web of Life: The Time is now to Tune into Peace, Love and Wisdom with a Spiritual Revolution

Beauty Will Save the World

Rethinking Education at the Time of Coronavirus Crisis: The Time is Now to Explore the Benefits of Nature-Based Education in Our Teaching Models

Our Heritage is Arboreal and interwoven with the Life of Trees, OUR BEST ALLY FOR THE CLIMATE

COP26 Glasgow: Hope and Humanity to Save Our Mother Earth and Nature, History Will Judge the Complicit

Towards COP26: Education to Heal the World

Make COP26 The Dawn of a New Beginning

Crisis after Crisis: Ten Steps to Save the World

Remaking Economics

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