22 April 2023
Lady Moon album review
The eponymous debut album from Colorado folk musician Lady Moon (Eva Holbrook) wraps ethereal vocals and lyrical sensitivity around intricately finger-picked mandolin rhythms
14 April 2023
Resetting fast fashion trends one stitch at a time: In conversation with a Welsh artist
Ophelia Dos Santos discusses the role of making conscious lifestyle choices in the fight against climate change.
16 March 2023
Too Much World At Once: An underrated triumph of theatre
Surly, guarded Noble attempts to navigate the treacherous waters of youth and coming of age whilst trying to uphold his crumbling family in this achingly real yet charmingly surreal production.
17 February 2023
Rosa Cisneros and Maria Polodeanu: advocating for the voices of the Roma community
Rosa Cisneros and Maria Polodeanu are two friends with a cause: to shed light on the good work of the Roma community here in the UK, starting with a collaborative project on climate justice.
5 November 2022
COP 27: is it too little too late?
Ahead of COP 27, I ask whether political summits are as effective as we need them to be, and look at the goals for this year’s summit in Egypt.
5 September 2022
Is fictional media trivialising the climate crisis?
In an age of looming climate crisis, how is fictional media treating the subject? Trivialising it or motivating people to change their ways and be more climate-conscious?
26 July 2022
The time America almost stopped Climate Change
Around 30 years ago, America had the solution to climate change in the palm of their hands, but someone decided to put a spanner in the works.
15 June 2022
Is cotton sustainable and environmentally friendly?
Discover the extent of the impacts of everyday material cotton and if we should be concerned by it. Read about the contribution of cotton to environmental deconstruction and if cotton can be labelled as sustainable regardless of if it is organic.
26 November 2021
UK government taken to court by young climate defenders over environmental failings
Three climate activists have accused Boris Johnson and the UK government of breaching their human rights by failing to commit to meaningful climate action.
24 November 2021
Interview with Aly Stoneman, poet and doctoral researcher of coastal erosion
We spoke to Aly Stoneman, climate change poet and doctoral researcher, about her journey into the creative industry and her unique exploration of coastal erosion.
23 November 2021
All new homes to have electric vehicle charge points
Boris Johnson is set to confirm the requirement for all newly constructed homes to include charging ports for electric cars, but does this action address the full issue?
22 November 2021
Science Museum signed ‘gagging clause’ with Adani despite outcry over Shell contract
The Adani contract reveals that the museum has agreed to not say or do anything that “may reasonably be foreseen as discrediting or damaging the goodwill or reputation of the sponsor”.
16 November 2021
The main outcomes of COP26
There have been some important steps taken to tackle the climate crisis at the summit in Glasgow, but will it be enough?
14 November 2021
Reshaping Climate Narratives: Putting Justice at The Center of Climate Action
Climate action representatives from around the world gathered to highlight the need for justice to be an integral part of climate discussion.
10 November 2021
SWG3 nightclub in Glasgow to recycle clubbers’ body heat to cool down venue
The move is aiming to help save 60 tonnes of carbon each year.
9 November 2021
COP26: Calls for governments to support climate education and youth empowerment
Climate education is a topic that’s been largely neglected by government discussions and even at COP26, but it could be the key to a greener future.
5 November 2021
Opinion: COP26 Intergenerational inquiry: What a waste
Introduced as a dialogue between the generations, intended to highlight the voice of the youth, this event utterly failed to live up to its commitments.
5 November 2021
Greta Thunberg to lead landmark climate youth strike in Glasgow
The mass march will be attended by school pupils of all ages, and its route passes the COP26 event.