“We’ve got a closing window of opportunity to do the right thing! The High Seas treaty is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to change how we manage our global ocean.” Nichola Clarke, #TeamHB6
We are the “community” and if we want to see lions in the wild, if we want our children and great grandchildren to see lions – then whether you live in the USA or in the UK or live alongside them in an African village, you have to be involved in their protection.
Homeward Bound is an inspirational, focused, pragmatic, global collaboration for and with women in STEMM, to role model and evolve a very different way of leading. We share common cause – to care for Earth as our home, and we have the expertise, intellect and will to do something about it.
The fuel in my being is energized by working and I enjoy the thrill of doing things that evoke my passion. Whenever I realize that my actions and beliefs change archaic routines, that stimulates me to move one.
In June 2002 #TeamHB6’s Liz Rickman took her turn as a peaceful Greenpeace protestor chained aboard the M/S Fagervik at the Swedish port of Norrköping. When police boarded the ship, cutting through the chains and taking Liz and two companions into custody, she was calm and felt assured that the “normal process” would follow. But it didn’t.