Hi there everyone!

Just a quick note about the Sign On campaign. Initially, I wanted to be a part of the campaign because I believe in what it stands for. I am always very wary of what I agree to do, too much and it takes away from the truth of the message or cause.

Keisha Castle-HughesEver since becoming a mother, I have had to truly re-assess my part in the World, what I do to contribute to its deterioration, taking responsibility and how I can change that. I can only take small steps, educate Felicity in the truth of what is going on and hopefully embed morals in her that urge her to continue with the positive change we have started making.

At the end of the week, I am off to the Cook Islands to join the Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza. We will be meeting with the Cook Islands' PM, Pacific NGO's, locals and documenting the effects of climate change in the Pacific.

I am looking forward to the trip, it's a wee bit scary as I'm not a HUGE fan of the water but I do have a passion for giving our Pacific neighbours a voice. What really sucked me into wanting to know more about climate change in the Pacific was the moral unjustness of it. The small and poor countries of the World contribute the least to climate change, yet they are the first to suffer. It doesn't make sense to me and it's not fair!

I have started a Facebook group, Keisha Castle Hughes - Greenpeace Ambassador. On the page I'll be keeping everyone up to date with photos and writings of my travels on the Esperanza. I'll also be keeping a blog on the Sign On website.

So great to be a part of this!!

Love and light, Keisha. x