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 […]
Evie Marshall discusses the ways that eating vegan can better the environment on Earth Day
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts interviews Sarah Martin, founder of Nourish, to gain an insight into the process of shopping zero waste
Tycoon Tree-Huggers: The Rapid Rise of Green Investment Niamh Walsh examines the dramatic rise in investment in Green Technology and the wealth that follows. Despite the disastrous effects the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the global economy, the market for green and renewable energy has only grown. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla (also the […]
Laura Burn considers the relationship between politics and science, and how this relationship might shape both disciplines.
Eirwen Abberley Watton draws our attention towards an often ignored sub-genre – climate fiction – and the tangible impacts it has.
Local artist, Molly Rooke talks to Exeposé about her postponed exhibition at Exeter Phoenix and how the environment is at the top of her artistic agenda
Axelle Rescourio discusses the vital role photojournalism has in our understanding and reception of the climate crisis.
Ever-melting ice might mean the end of the Arctic as we know it Millie Betts examines the effects of climate change on the arctic. Scientists warn of a potential “tipping point” from which there is no return if climate change is not combated. The issue of melting Arctic ice continues at an alarming rate, a […]
Axelle Rescourio illustrates one of the greatest threats to life on earth, and what we can do to try and help each other help ourselves.