Luisa Jackson

New Zealand

  • Geographic Location: Australia and New Zealand
  • Age: 6

About me:

Although I am a New Zealander, I am a citizen of the world, I am a writer, activist, daughter, friend and peace-maker. I am currently travelling working on development projects and following my dreams...

I'm passionate about:

Life! Social justice, travel, hiking, books, friends, music, film, laughter, coffee and toast on Sunday mornings, soft sunshine in winter, working for change.

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Roots of Peace
When Wangari Maathai became the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004, she also became the first Nobel laureate to make the link between keeping peace and conserving the environment. "Indeed," said Maathai, "the state of any country's environment is a reflection of the kind of governance in place, and without good governance there can be no peace."


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