Voicebox: Climate Crisis
The climate crisis is worse that we feared, and dramatic, radical action is required to turn the tide before it's too late. From the smallest personal changes to international action, we all need to change to ensure we survive.
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.
10 January 2023
Supermarkets, shoppers and our planet: who's being helped?
New year, fresh start: it’s time to rethink how supermarkets could do more to allow consumers to make a strong environmental impact.
8 December 2022
Reflecting on COP27 with Korean Youth Delegate Yunjoo Cho
"I do not want a future where COP50 or COP80 exists."
5 December 2022
Reflecting on COP27 with UK Youth Co-chair Anna Gardner
“Many young people, myself included, feel let down by the failure to include the phasing out of fossil fuels”
2 December 2022
Reflecting on COP27 with UN Delegate Joshua Steib
“It’s time for actions, not for discussion on particular phrasing”
24 November 2022
Too little, too late?: The approach that marred COP27
“It’s incredible to think how much has changed since that last COP and how much damage has been done in just one year”.
22 November 2022
COP 27 Roundup
A look at the key achievements and agreements from this year’s climate conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.
21 November 2022
The Case agaisnt fast fashion
What is fast fashion and why is it important to talk about? I've examined the effects of fast fashion,such as the social and environmental impact, but also how fast fashion brands get away with stealing designs from smaller artists.
16 November 2022
COP27: Rishi Sunak boosts global push on ‘clean growth’
The fight against climate change can become “a global mission for new jobs and clean growth,” says Rishi Sunak.
15 November 2022
COP27: Rishi Sunak triples climate adaptation budget as funding for energy is unveiled
Prime minister Rishi Sunak announced the new package of climate finance measures at COP7, including tripling the climate adaptation budget, £90m into conservation projects, and new funding for clean renewable energy.
14 November 2022
Solarpunk: an alternative view of our future
What is Solarpunk and why are artists gravitating toward it?
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.
21 October 2022
Just Stop Oil: “What is worth more: art or life”?
Last week, young climate protests threw soup at Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, asking “What is worth more: art or life”?
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?
10 August 2022
Ajeet "Blooming" track and music video review
A beautiful breath of stillness
9 August 2022
You’re Safe Til 2024: Deep History
An insightful and convincing show about the reality of our future
28 July 2022
Strettfest review: An ideal family day out!
On the theme of ‘carbon zero’, this lively event aimed to bring all generations together for a celebration of dance, music, and the visual arts.