Hannah Fraser explores the community impact of coastal erosion in the Norfolk village of Hemsby, and the future of coastal protection in the UK.
University of Exeter announces new polar regions partnership
The University of Exeter has announced a new partnership with the World Economic Forum to develop a new global initiative aimed at fixing the damage caused by global warming to the Arctic and Antarctic biospheres.
Has the ozone layer been destroyed before?
Josie Sharp discusses the previous destruction of the ozone layer during the Great Dying.
Nothing like before: learning how to cope with eco-anxiety
Carden Cappi discusses their experience with eco-anxiety, while offering some hopeful advice and sources for those who feel similarly.
An interview with Just Stop Oil protester Paul Bell
During the Just Stop Oil protests in November last year Paul Bell, an Exeter PhD student, was arrested after scaling a gantry on the M25. After spending over a month in HMP Chelmsford prison, he was recently released and is now awaiting trial. Exeposé interviewed Bell, also known as Pasha, about the experience.
Are the climate activists the new generation of Suffragettes?
Lydia Carter presents illustrations of climate outrage. Is the Just Stop Oil group an accurate representation of the Suffragettes from the century of old? If so, are preventative protesting laws adding monstrous fuel to an already raging fire?
COP 27: Slow progress in Egypt
Elizabeth Barber outlines the key debates and impacts of Egypt’s 2022 COP27 in key areas including climate finance and commitment to the 2015 Paris Accord to assess whether the summit was a substantial contribution to climate action or an empty gesture.
An interview with Professor Tim Lenton
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.
Soup hits the sunflowers
Hannah Fraser discusses the ramifications and importance surrounding the hurling of soup at Van Gogh’s iconic Sunflowers painting by Climate Activists.
Greenland’s melting ice sheets cause rapid sea level rise
Imogen Poyntz-Wright, science editor, discusses how scientists discovered that Greenlands ice caps are causing sea levels to rise much faster than expected.