Meriel Clode interrogates the current trend of going vegan in the month of January Veganuary. Flexitarian. Welcome to the jargon of the ‘20s – a decade that has witnessed, in its first week alone, two horrifying consequences of climate change: the Australian bushfires and deadly flooding in Indonesia. Various studies on the causes behind climate […]
Issy Murray discusses whether the social and economic costs of environmentalism should have an effect on the aims of the conservation movement.
Researchers from the University of Exeter argue that scientists “must be allowed to cry” in their paper for the journal Science entitled ‘Grieving environmental scientists need support’. It is well-documented that the Earth is experiencing an environmental crisis. Tim Gordon, a marine biologist, and three other Exeter researchers argue that the pressure to find a […]
Paige Insalaco argues that the Goldsmith’s campus beef ban was the kind of institutional leadership we need to combat the climate crisis and that Exeter uni should follow suit.
Exeter City Council has recently completed an environmentally friendly housing complex which has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including: the South West Built Environment Awards, Project of the Year category; Residential Property of the Year in the Michelmores Property Awards; and two Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards – Design Through Innovation and Residential. […]
Veganism is a fast growing trend across the UK, so it’s hardly surprising that vegan-centric festivals have popped up across the country in the last few years, with a particularly prominent one being ‘VegfestUK’, which we recently attended for the day in Bristol. Food stalls filled the arena, with our particularly favourites being ‘Box food’ […]