Going green in Iceland

Sustainability, fighting climate change and going green are the words of these days. I have been acting accordingly all my life – and visiting Iceland has brought many new inputs.

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Living in Bin – Philippines

It’s more fun in the Philippines – The advertising slogan is mocking the around 200’000 people in Manila who live in and from garbage. ​ Living off the land, growing

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The Colours of Mongolia

Mongolia, the land of the Eternal Blue Sky and home to the Gobi desert.  The numbers are impressive: Mongolia is the 18th largest country in the world, the Gobi desert

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Cooking for a Future – Lebanon

This Blog post is the translation of an article I wrote for Basler Zeitung (in german) in Switzerland. Beirut, Lebanon. 1948 the first refugee camp for Palestinian refugees opened up

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Traveling with the Bishop in Kenya

Have you ever met a Bishop in person? Me neither. But last month I had the pleasure of traveling around Kenya with the “wild bishop” of Maralal. Bishop Virgilio Pante

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Who needs mirrors in Bolivia?

Bolivia is maybe one of the last countries where not every single cm is „discovered“. The most stunning discovery for me was that they seem to have no mirrors. Recently

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