World Trigger Point TM for the discerning & intelligent humane being
MIEL (International Environmental Law)
MIR (International Relations)
BSc (Environmental Science)
with BSc (Geography)
BA Honours (Sociology) incomplete
“Intelligent, objective, unbiased and empowering information about the most important global issues that personally affects you & the biggest world corruptions affecting everyone’s lives, explained & unravelled by one of the world’s best intellectuals of contemporary times”
Pallavi Kakoti-McHugh is one of United Nations’ most world-famous whistleblowers who blew the whistle on what she alleges to be the world’s largest segregated and racist workplace in 2016-17 before Harvey Weinstein Exposé era when most people and media outlets feared to expose corruptions of powerful people and held them to a different standard of accountability. Kakoti-McHugh is a broadly qualified expert on climate change. She is an international human rights and climate change speaker, an international political analyst, a climate change consultant to world leaders and lawmakers, and an investigative writer and an author of public interest books and legislation, who writes and speaks about a broad range of public interests issues from whistleblowing, corruption, climate change to human rights. Kakoti-McHugh and her books have been featured on leading newspapers, magazines, journals, TV and radio programs of the world.
None of this material is paid for or influenced by any culture, government, political party, religious organization, belief system/group, opinion, other NGO or any form of subjectivity. I do not have any cultural, emotional, religious and political need to prove anything. All I am interested in is to see clear concrete evidence, not opinions and establish the truth that can be tested with evidence.I chose a red world map for my brand because red reminds me of passion (strong feelings) and blood that is present in all of humanity; they are common threads in all of us no matter what colour we are, no matter how many factors divides us and the differences we have. Similar to how blood is the commonality amongst all human beings despite colour, race and gender, the topics I address and that interests me are important issues that is common to all of us and affects all our lives; much more than many of us realize and can imagine. We need to be united to overcome the challenges and improve each situation.