In June 2018 I landed in Cape Town, South Africa to visit my aunty. It was in an airport toilet cubicle that I saw it, in neat official looking print: “If its yellow, let it mellow. If its brown flush it down”. It was my first sign of a city under siege.
Category: Writing Competition
Imagine that you live in a house in the middle of the countryside, surrounded by hundreds of hectares of cotton that help you sustain your family every month. However, one day after you open your eyes that view is just a memory, and your house is now an island encircled by muddy and putrid water.
The third place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition looks into a largely unexplored intersection between aging and the metaverse and provides a vision for a more inclusive virtual environment.
The second place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition explores the health care sector’s contribution to climate change, and its responsibility to address the climate emergency, inspired by the ‘Do No Harm’ oath.
Health at the intersections: The influx of sargassum seaweed in the Caribbean and its implication for human health
The first place winner of our Spring 2022 Writing Competition explores the intersections of health, climate and economics through a fresh lens: sargassum seaweed.