George Edwards discusses recent findings that suggest “rewetting” wetlands could drastically reduce anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions and whether this is a feasible option that could be used around the world.
George Edwards interviews Sophie Pavelle from the Beaver Trust about the importance of the reintroduction of the beaver into the British Countryside
Animals are shapeshifting to survive rising temperatures George Edwards explains how some animals are adapting to the climatic warming of the Earth and draws on the scary truth that not all species will be able to adapt. A recent study published in the journal ‘Trends in Ecology and Evolution’, has revealed that animals are adapting […]
George Edwards discusses the recent evacuation of over 100,000 people from their homes in Burundi due to rising water levels and how this could happen to the rest of the world if climate change is not stopped.
George Edwards discusses the study that found the Amazon rainforest now emitting rather than absorbing CO2, and the implications that this will have on climate change in the future.
George Edwards discusses how the recent discovery of a human-like skull could affect our perception of the human family tree.
Extreme E: Motorsport of the Future? George Edwards reviews the opening round of Extreme E, the high-octane, fully electric racing series that has taken the world of motor racing by storm. We’ve seen electric motorsport before, most notably Formula E and Moto E. But this year, a new championship has begun. Extreme E is a […]
George Edwards takes a look at the final round of Formula 1’s Virtual Grand Prix series and why it has become so popular over the last 12 months.
George Edwards interviews Dr Peter Lindsey, a conservationist at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, about his most recent paper ‘Conserving Africa’s Wildlife and Wildlands Through the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond’
George Edwards reviews the opening two rounds of the increasingly popular Formula 1 Virtual Grand Prix series.