In 2020, let’s achieve 20 actions for our planet

HNY2020   to all!!!

 

Wait!!!

There is something else we have to say this January. That concerns the year 2020, and also the new decade. Because this year we did not only see out 2019. We have just waived goodbye or said hello to a whole decade! There’s a big symbol here and we should feel a sense of responsibility towards Mother Earth.

In a nutshell, the 2020s are going to be crucial, paramount, essential, for our future.

So just look at the following vignettes. There are going to be 20 of them! Sorry the first one is a bit offensive. But we felt it had to be impactful!

 

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Isabelle R

A versatile and passionate linguist, as well as an environmentalist, I endeavour to make sure that words keep their true colours during the process that involves going from one language and culture to another, instead of fading away in the great multilingual and Euro-English wash! I am a great believer in translation and interpreting as a means of conveying a clear and more poignant message for an ever more demanding multilingual audience. I also believe that a polished written message is a powerful tool to advance progress. I am a mother of two and these two are my light beacon! I am French born and bred although I have always spoken English and developed a special connection with the culture and language from a very early age, as my grandad worked for the British Embassy in Paris. I am also a lover of Spain and Catalonia. My husband is Franco-German. How is this for an interesting linguistic ensemble?!

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