George Edwards interviews Sophie Pavelle from the Beaver Trust about the importance of the reintroduction of the beaver into the British Countryside
With awareness about the true costs of fast fashion growing, Ella Buckley examines the environmental and humanitarian impacts of our cultural obsession with getting the best deal.
Harvey Isitt and Isabel Langguth make a political playlist for protest, activism and change.
On Thursday 4 November, the BBC teamed up with Exeter College to host a young people’s climate change debate to be broadcasted on BBC Radio Devon.
Erica Mannis discusses the lengths that both staff and students went to ensure that the Marine Biology Coral Reef Field Course could go ahead despite the ongoing pandemic.
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 […]
Sophie Porteous explores how unsustainable palm oil really is
The repercussions of Brexit are endless, and here is another: pesticides illegal under EU regulations are now contaminating the honeys we consume. Unions of agricultural workers have lobbied the government, but now the Green party and environmental activists are doing the same back.
George Edwards interviews Dr Peter Lindsey, a conservationist at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, about his most recent paper ‘Conserving Africa’s Wildlife and Wildlands Through the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond’
Axelle Rescourio discusses the vital role photojournalism has in our understanding and reception of the climate crisis.