Chris Manktelow discusses how areas of extreme heat and humidity are already reaching the limits of human tolerance
Online Science Editor, Issy Murray, discusses whether there are positive effects to come from the coronavirus outbreak
Erica Mannis summarises the findings of a recent study into the repercussions climate change has on marine life.
Ben Bampton picks apart the way the term climate anxiety obscures both the reality of climate collapse and the experience of mental health sufferers.
In the wake of the furore around Harry and Meghan Chloe Pumares asks whether or not the royals should be given as much attention when climate change, Trump and other more pressing stories are ignored.
Erica Mannis visited a panel discussing the trauma that comes from monitoring the impact of global warming and deforestation.
Print Science Editor, Scarlett Parr-Reid, discusses whether the media should be allowed to typecast superheroes and cartoon villains in their narratives.
This past month, Exeter University’s panel has revealed its recommendations in the fight against climate change in line with the declaration of a climate emergency announced back in May. The plan sees a range of action-based suggestions and aims provided by a mix of students and staff, with the achievement of carbon neutrality by 2040 […]
Lauren Haughey analyses our consumerist mindsets over the holiday period
Vincent Plant discusses Greta Thunberg’s UN speech and takes a look at the current state of our climate.