Author Archives: Aleksandar Janicijevic

Globally our waste levels increase by 30% during Holiday Season

Do you want to be on the planet’s “Nice List” this year? Then join us for our Jolly Green Holiday Challenge. We’ll be singing a new Christmas Carol for climate action this season… And we’ll encourage a Greener Christmas. Why? Because here at Resilience 2:1 we know it’s unsustainable to continue with holiday traditions that […]


Using Forests to Enhance Resilience to Climate Change

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Climate Change and Food Security: Risks and Responses

The effects of climate change on our ecosystems are already severe and widespread, and ensuring food security in the face of climate change is among the most daunting challenges facing humankind. While some of the problems associated with climate change are emerging gradually, action is urgently needed now in order to allow enough time to […]


Random acts of Green

Random Acts of Green® brings businesses and people together in an online membership community that empowers collective climate action. We believe that any change – no matter how big or how small – can add up to make a big collective impact. Our community recognizes that we all have a part to play in protecting […]


Resilient recovery

Resilience 2:1 organization is now signatory of the Resilient Recovery Spread the word


New Climate Maps

In the case of extreme warming (represented as RCP 8.5), the niche moves sharply toward Canada, leaving much of the lower half of the U.S. too hot or dry for the type of climate humans historically have lived in. Both scenarios suggest massive upheavals in where Americans currently live and grow food. Spread the word


The Global Climate Conference in Education 2020

As Resilience 2 to 1 Group is a valuable Signatory of the Global Climate Letter for Universities and Colleges (recognised partner to the Race to Zero by UNFCCC), we would like to personally invite you to attend The Global Climate Conference in Education 2020. Spread the word


Ecological Threat Register 2020

“Ecological threats and climate change pose serious challenges to global peacefulness. Over the next 30 years lack of access to food and water will only increase without urgent global cooperation. In the absence of action civil unrest, riots and conflict will most likely increase. COVID-19 is already exposing gaps in the global food chain”. Spread […]