#FromGinniToEarth The Y of another Master (a-more-than-15sec-pitch)


As some of you may have noticed from recent bombarding of posts, restless-me has embarked in yet another adventure: no, I don't mean my Master in Climate Change at KCL, but crowdfunding. For someone who is in a daily endeavour of covering up its fight against the monsters of low self-esteem, crowdfunding is possibly the … Continue reading #FromGinniToEarth The Y of another Master (a-more-than-15sec-pitch)

Holy grail(s) of information

WHERE CAN WE FIND PIECES OF INFO ON CLIMATE CHANGE The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) https://www.ipcc.ch/ The IPCC is the part of the United Nations, which assesses science concerning climate change. It basically determines the current state of knowledge about climate change and provides regular updates on it (like implications, future risks and … Continue reading Holy grail(s) of information

Collection of articles by topic(s)

Here's a list of interesting articles I'm collecting. Click on the links to go to the research articles/sources. UNCERTAINTY -- QUANTIFIED: IPCC Summary for Policymakers IPCC, 2013: Summary for Policymakers. In: Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change … Continue reading Collection of articles by topic(s)

IPCC report on global warming (of Oct.2018)

See the main "No planet B" page if you don't know what the IPCC is and does. You can find a summary of the report I'll talk about here, Since I'm guessing most of you won't really click on the link (I don't blame you, it's not exactly a Tolkien-style reading). Here are some excerpts, which … Continue reading IPCC report on global warming (of Oct.2018)

2018’s love celebration: Taking off our masks to love unconditionally

We have reached again the almost unavoidable mix of running noses, ecological Christmas trees, environment-friendly decorations and videos on how to Feng Shui wrap your gifts: Christmas, or as I like to agnosticise it: the love celebration. Most things are like the last years, my murderous aunt almost had my brother killed again by making … Continue reading 2018’s love celebration: Taking off our masks to love unconditionally


During my time in New York, Columbia scheduled a week of vacations in the middle of the term. Flights back to most parts of the US were really expensive and looking at the map Iceland seemed suddenly incredibly close, if compared to when I lived in Munich. I really wanted to get at an out … Continue reading ICELAND


After our time in India, my brother Andi and me flew to Nepal. We arrived in Katmandu just a few days after the monsoon season had torn away several villages in the mountains. Katmandu was still recovering from the disastrous earthquakes that destroyed some parts of the city in 2015. Some days after, we had … Continue reading NEPAL