Rebecca gives her view on changes we can do (small or big) to contribute to the fight against climate change and over consumption. Also, she expresses her opinion on the book Drawdown by Paul Hawken.
It was last winter of 2016; I decided to be part of Tata Institute of Social sciences (TISS), Mumbai. I never heard about it so far in my entire life. I appeared for the entrance exam, cleared it. I proceeded further for my interview and later on, I got selected out of a pool of competing students in India.
We say no to the end of history, we say no to accepting that what we have now is the best we can get. We do so by being critical, we do so by looking at things again, by examining the structures that determine how we live, and by pointing to alternative ways of doing things – alternative ways of learning and alternative readings of history, society and the people who live in it.