Get support to support inhabitants of Kibera

pictures: courtesy of Re-Afric In line with its commitment to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, the Perspectivist partners up with Re-Afric, a circular economy business and social enterprise, located in Kibera, Kenya.…

It’s time for the resurrection of our inner fire, regardless of our faith

Perhaps the earth can teach usAs when everything seems deadAnd later proves to be alive—Pablo Neruda In the Northern hemisphere, these spring days offer a spectacular diversity of colourful flowers, fresh smells and shades of green. The…

From war to #ReGeneration: the Coronavirus is the silence after the storm

The extreme weather events preceding the outbreak of the Coronavirus epidemic – The Perspectivist reported – were a sign that humanity has to change radically and slow down its activities on the planet. The Coronavirus pandemic has led…

The Coronavirus highlights the weaknesses of our development model

It probably needed the Coronavirus crisis to realise that our current model of living is unhealthy, unsustainable and prone to collapse. The virus was born from the suffering of animals, has spread in overcrowded and polluted cities and kills…

The poisoned society – how to get rid of hate, pollution and killer food

Following a new right-wing terrorist attack in Hanau, Germany, chancellor Angela Merkel has called hatred and racism a poison for society. Rightly so: an increasingly hysteric and negative fear-discourse in media and politics indeed seem to…

What comes after the storm?

Do you feel it too? Under greyest skies, record storms hail down on anxious citizens crowded in polluted megacities, where each just wants to get out of this hell, either in the family-SUV stuck in a self-contributed traffic jam or in…

Planet earth is burning – could Feng Shui help ?

We live in the Age of Fire. Transcontinental wildfires, an overheating climate and the sixth mass extinction are signs of burnout for our contemporary society. Cities full of smog, light-polluted skies and omnipresent machine sounds mark the…

Good sex, good food, good mood – for a revival to save our planet

Apocalyptic images come to mind, when we think about the consequences of climate change, the threat of war and the collapse of our agricultural system. Usually, we seek solutions in the realm of institutional politics, power games or technology. The…

The European Way of Life

by Jean-Philippe, European elections 2019 I am European. I am French, German, Romanian, human, a living being that came out of nature. I am sad to see all the destruction we are creating in the world – to ourselves, to our fellow humans,…

Why global extinction is driven by biopolitics of death and digital totalitarianism

Never before, have so many crises, including climate change, converged into a minefield of threats to life itself. The underlying tendencies however are not new, but represent just the logical continuation of a life-rejecting and dualistic…