Catherine Stone discusses a recent discovery which indicates Okra could be used as a more sustainable way to remove microplastics from the ocean
In a world governed by fake news, it seems like the place where we normally garner entertainment we should also acquire justly representative documentaries. Although Seaspiracy discusses poignant themes that need to be faced immediately, it has seen wide backlash due to its exaggerated statistics and caricatures of marginalised societies whose economies centre around the fishing industry.
Elinor Jones outlines the amazing achievements of astronaut Kathy Sullivan, and what these could mean for the future of exploration
While a common misconception that ‘we are heading towards another mass extinction’ is often attached to the extent climate change is impacting species on earth, in truth we started down that dark path of extinction a long time ago. Before man first messed with the climate, when we first picked up tools and became the […]
Lauren Aquilina Ocean EP 9 October 2015, Island Ican remember being introduced to Lauren Aquilina by a friend in 2012, being hit at once by her often haunting, always striking voice. Aquilina has remained firmly with me since then. However, the 20 year old Bristolian singer-songwriter has come a long way since that debut EP Fools. Having released two […]
With the release of Sharknado 3: Hell No! later this week, Online Screen Editor Emily Harris gives us her top ten films starring our sharky friends. [dropcap size=small]I[/dropcap]f you’re into film, and I’m talking good film, then you’re in the right place. Because Sharknado 2: Hell No! is premiering this week on the Syfy Channel (a short […]