A pedestrian revolution Cars have shaped our cities and communities tremendously. But, as more and more people are starting to cycle and rethink urban planning, it might be time to reassess our relationship with them. Writer Joe Newell examines how society is moving towards a possibly car-free future. For a future that is inevitably urban, […]
Chris Manktelow discusses how the discovery of heat-resistant corals in the Red Sea offers hope amidst the climate crisis
Erica Mannis discusses a new theory on the evolution of fatherhood in humans
Alina McGregor examines the consequences of Covid-19 on climate change.
Chris Manktelow discusses how areas of extreme heat and humidity are already reaching the limits of human tolerance
Amelia Gregory assesses the current issue of climate change in the intricate networkings behind the British Museum sponsorships The British Museum has recently decided against major sponsor, BP, for its Arctic: culture and climate exhibition. The British Museum has received backlash due to its association with BP, who have sponsored them for 23 years. Considering […]
Issy Murray discusses whether the social and economic costs of environmentalism should have an effect on the aims of the conservation movement.
Vincent Plant discusses Greta Thunberg’s UN speech and takes a look at the current state of our climate.
Ayesha Tandon gives us her opinions of Trump’s take on climate change. The first 100 days in the Oval Office is said to be a very telling time for any President, and Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States, is no exception. Since 20th January, when Trump took up office as arguably the most powerful figure […]
Before arriving in Russia for my year abroad, I had made a fair few assumptions about what the country would be like: a dreary landscape filled with stern, unforgiving faces, stuck in the Soviet bubble and resistant to foreign influence. Pictures of a cold, industrial place whirled around in my mind. I was terrified about […]