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.
Amidst big promises from Boris Johnson and other government figures on the environment in the aftermath of COP26, Katie Jones examines the government’s own environmental policies to see if they’re up to scratch.
Global Majority vs UK Government maintains that the Government’s ongoing financing of the climate crisis…constitutes a violation of the right to life and family life, a violation of the Paris Agreement and a violation of international law.
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 […]
Exeter City Councillors have agreed to support an initiative by Devon Climate Emergency Response Group (DCERG) to reduce local carbon emissions. The DCERG aims to bring members of the public and organisations in the community together to create a county-wide ‘roadmap’ plan designed to significantly reduce carbon emissions in the city and county. As stated […]
Amy Butterworth, Online Lifestyle Editor, talks to Jessica Bains-Lovering about balancing student life with striking for Fridays for Future Exeter Meet Exeter University’s Jessica Bains-Lovering: Human Geography student by day, climate striker by night. As Fresher’s Week rolls around, she isn’t worrying about which sport club to join or where the biggest club night will […]
In an email to all students this afternoon (20 May), Vice-Chancellor Steve Smith declared a University-wide Environment and Climate Emergency. The announcement comes after weeks of action by environmental group Divest Penryn on the Cornwall Campus. The statement aims to “support those calling for urgent action and show our commitment to leading the change required.” […]