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.
Ahead of COP26, Amy Colwell examines the myriad issues of financing, international politics, energy usage and more that will determine its success or failure.
Have you ever wondered what our University invests in? It’s unlikely you have – pretty boring question. The answer, however, is not so boring. Did you know that the university endowment fund is invested in arms, tobacco, and fossil fuels? A group of students across Exeter and Falmouth have been working together as Ethical Exeter to make […]
“We pledge to accelerate the transition to a competitive, energy efficient low carbon economy.” This was part of the promise made by David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband before the general election last May. Al Gore, the American environmentalist with a Nobel Peace prize for his work in climate change activism, praised the three […]