Countering Climate Change at Seisen
The Environmental Action Initiative EL at Seisen led by Mr Bevan
While our planet seems to be facing troubles left and right, with global warming constituting hazards in various aspects, the ocean being plagued with plastic, and our atmosphere clouding up with greenhouses gases, the number of environmentally conscious people has grown as well, bringing the much-needed attention to these issues. Young people have made their huge footprint in the world of activism to counter reckless organizations, amongst other roots of the declining situation, who seem to
The Environmental Action Initiative EL (Experiential Learning) was introduced to
The abuse of single-use plastics is expanding, threatening to meet the Paris climate agreement. In spite of 77 countries on board with the UN’s plans to achieve net-zero global emissions by 2050, corporations blindsided by money are still at fault for carbon emissions. The Environmental Action Initiative, being open to middle and high school students as well, allows for more environmental
Groups like this will be the building blocks for bigger movements to hopefully reverse the avalanche of problems our planet is facing.
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Greta Thunberg's potent speech at the United Nation’s Climate Action Summit left a legacy.
Coronavirus recently spreading around the world. Here is what it means for you.
In the Grade 7 Ski Trip, the students enjoyed an opportunity to unplug, enjoy nature, and break out of their comfort zone.
When will corporations and politicians begin fulfilling their social responsibility? With the rise of the "woke capitalism" movement, this may become a reality.
Shinji Negi, a former wheelchair basketball player, came to Seisen and delivered an inspiring performance. Through the opportunity of interviewing the athlete, we learned more about his personal life and advice for future players.
Ms.Cristina has been a counsellor here at Seisen for 3 years. Not only is she a role model for many students, but also a helping hand in their times of great need. In this in-depth interview with her, we focus on sharing what it's like to be a counsellor and much more, with the students and faculty at Seisen.
The issues with Japanese history textbooks and why it's important.
Designer Babies and its advantages
The smell of cleaning detergents, a widely regarded fragrance, permeating schools, are posing severe risks, not limited to depression, anxiety, birth defects, infertility, multiple chemical sensitivity(MCS), intractable diseases, and degenerative diseases such as cancer, merely due to ignorance.
Is censorship ever the solution?
The Underlying Dangers of “Joker”
The Effects of Sleep Deprivation
Fall Band Festival
An interview with Mr. Lee about being a father
Memes and the Tourism Problems Behind It
In 2020, we have to stop the nonsense of talking and start acting.