News Editor Megan Haynes and Editor-in-Chief Ana Anajuba speak to Professor Tim Lenton, Director of the Global Systems Institute and Chair in Climate Change and Earth System Science at the University of Exeter, about his work on the Earth System and how students can help to reshape the climate crisis.
How worm saliva could change the course of history
Madi Wharmby discusses a recent study that found that worm saliva has the ability to rapidly break down plastic.
Pollution found in the organs of foetuses
Rahul Anand discusses the recent findings that pollution has been found in the organs of developing babies and why this has scientists worried.
Worryingly low butterfly sightings
Isobel Vautier discusses recent findings from the Big Butterfly Count which suggest that butterfly levels are at their lowest in 13 years and that these levels are worrying scientists.
“Rewetting” wetlands to reduce greenhouse gas emissions: Will it work and is it feasible?
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.
Innocent Drinks: saving the planet or just greenwashing?
Aran Grover discusses the virtue-signalling of greenwashing.
Recent Discovery of “Pristine” Coral Reefs
Catherine Stone discusses the recent discovery of a “Pristine” Coral Reef of the coast of Tahiti
The COP26 Summit – A cop out?
Stanley Murphy-Jones discusses the recent Cop26 climate summit and what we can expect the nations of the world to do in the coming years.
Bloomin’ Amazing Technology: Artificial Intelligence Could Help Predict Harmful Algal Blooms
M. Shelton discusses what algal blooms are, how they can affect a variety of different systems, how Artificial Intelligence could be used to predict where they will be and to prevent them in the future.
Are rich nations doing enough to tackle the climate crisis?
Ella Buckley discusses the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference and questions whether the richest nations of the world are doing enough to tackle climate change.