Archive for October, 2017

Itatemura: Finding Forward

Posted by Bob Stilger on October 21, 2017

Itatemura was a village of 7,000 people, known all over Japan for its delicious water, clean air, and fertile soil. I was there earlier this month hosting a group of 22 Japanese people on a journey to discover what we could learn from Fukushima’s disaster. Across a mountain range and 20 miles from the Fukushima Read full post

Empowering local communities to change the future of migration

Posted by annievirnig on

In the drylands of northern Ethiopia, climate change is a formidable foe to the communities who make their home across the rugged landscape. In one such community, known as Abrha Weatsbha, the intertwined effects of desertification, soil degradation and persistent drought brought residents to the brink of resettlement. No longer able to provide from the Read full post