Alina McGregor examines the complexities of the UK’s new trade deal with Australia as it relates to foreign and environmental policy.
The third greatest planetary emergency – chemical pollution
The third greatest planetary emergency – chemical pollution Alina McGregor discusses the lack of awareness around chemical pollution as a threat to our planet and argues it is continually overshadowed by climate change and kept off the radar for financial business gain. Since late 2019, Covid-19 has killed 4.38 million people. Research has found that […]
Angling for More
Alina McGregor discusses a new study concerning the angle of the dinosaur-destroying asteroid impact
Quite the Crowd
Alina McGregor discusses the apparent change in future population predictions
‘Topple the racists’: is direct action effective?
Alina McGregor analyses the recent removal of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol and the effectiveness of the act.
Corporations plea for relief
Corporations plea for relief: beyond the “bail”? In the wake of further aid for transport firms , Alina McGregor weighs up government bailouts for private corporations. The reality is that company bailouts give rise to moral hazard. A bailout is financial support to a company or a country facing a potential bankruptcy threat. When fear […]
The Environment comes
Alina McGregor examines the consequences of Covid-19 on climate change.
The Legacy of Coronavirus
Alina McGregor considers how coronavirus will impact our environment and how this impact may be tangible many years from now
Worldwide responses to Covid-19
Alina McGregor examines the differences in the global response to Covid-19.
Undermining Female Ambition: Greta Gerwig’s Oscar
Alina McGregor explores the bias behind the lack of female nominations for Best Director at the 2020 Oscars.