Tall and slim, with dark, messy hair, and a big smile, the Secretary for the Green Party of Switzerland, Pascal Renaud, gives a politician’s perspective on what is happening and what is needed next as far as mobilizing Swiss people to be more green.
Heart Safe in Davos is a program initiated in 2008 by the Davos Hospital after people passed away due to the tardiness of medical assistance after they had heart attacks. This is why now around 1200 people in Davos are educated to use an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), which can be found in public spaces.
It’s a regular Sunday afternoon in Monterrey. While most people are home with their families or enjoying the last days of summer inside their ranch houses–due to the nearly 40 degree heat–a handful have decided to do something “crazy”. At six in the afternoon, people start gathering at the local plaza, bringing along their bicycles, helmets, fluorescent clothes, and most importantly, their thirst for change. Despite the overwhelming heat, which makes it hard to breath, cyclists assemble, and thirty minutes later, they start their ride.