Imogen Poyntz-Wright, science editor, discusses how scientists discovered that Greenlands ice caps are causing sea levels to rise much faster than expected.
Charlotte Dent shares her insight and experience on a sustainable dairy farm and provides reassurance about the future of sustainable living.
Rahul Anand discusses the recent findings that pollution has been found in the organs of developing babies and why this has scientists worried.
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.
With Labours recent proposal for a publicly owned energy company with full focus on clean energy, Sidney Watson discusses the future of climate change and whether politicians ever stand by their promises.
Elen Johnston explains the effects of the heatwave on the landscape and infrastructure of Devon in the hottest summer on record and considers the future of rising temperatures due to climate change.
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.
University of Exeter aims to be net zero by 2030 The University of Exeter has announced they have moved their target to be carbon net zero from 2050 to 2030. In May 2019, alongside a number of other UK universities, local councils, and the UK Parliament, the University of Exeter declared an environment and climate […]
Exeter has been ranked as England’s cleanest city in a new analysis by the ENDS Report, reveals Exeter City Council.
Livia Cockerell discusses Netflix’s satirical film Don’t Look Up in relation to the ongoing climate crisis, asking if satire has historically made a difference and if it can now.