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.
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.
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.
2 July 2021
BBC Bitesize amends climate change 'benefits' page
The page on the educational website has been changed only to explain the negative effects of climate change after outrage from social media.
21 June 2021
CogX - The heat is on: The greatest threat to our national security
Sweta Chakraborty: “The climate crisis is changing everything”. How climate is impacting countries’ national security.
9 June 2021
Interview with activist, author and poet Moses Uyang
"To all young people I say, the world wants to listen to you! If you do not speak up, no one may know what you want."
4 June 2021
Interview with climate change environmentalist, Paul Lodry
"If nothing is done to reach sustainable development in 2030, we will be in an international apocalyptic era. There is no second earth."
24 May 2021
Trials to extract CO2 from atmosphere begin in UK
Atmosphere-heating carbon dioxide will be sucked from the air using trees, peat, rock chips, and charcoal in a new £30 million nationwide project.
12 May 2021
Leading fashion retailers join sustainable initiative Textiles 2030
WRAP, the UK’s leading sustainability non-profit, has created the Textiles 2030 action plan, and major fashion brands such as Primark and ASOS have signed up.
9 May 2021
Debunking climate myths: protected areas
I weigh out pros and cons of protected areas, looking into biodiversity, climate change, and human rights.
3 May 2021
Hawaii declares climate emergency in historic decision
As the first US state to declare a climate emergency, Hawaii will pass a legislative resolution acknowledging the risks to humanity and the environment posed by climate change.
31 March 2021
Early Japanese cherry blossom caused by climate change
Japan’s cherry blossom trees are universally admired and are a centerpiece of Japanese culture, but their early blossom this year is not something to celebrate, say climate scientists.
6 March 2021
Mission Green: Books
Is the publishing industry doing enough for the environment?
1 March 2021
A third of top UK companies exposed for high CO2 emissions
A new report unveils the damage that the UK industry is doing to the environment.
17 November 2020
Hangout with Voice: The arts in 2025 - continued...
The world has changed, the world is changing. The arts and artists have always been at the forefront of revolution, they instigate change, they respond to change.
17 September 2020
Climate change: Covid’s effect on the countryside
When we first entered lock-down, travel ceased and tourism halted. One unexpected outcome from this that became visible instantly: the environment started to heal. But now, as we trickle back to ‘normal’ life are we damaging the world more than ever?
7 September 2020
Mythbusting: The climate crisis
With so much fake news floating around, Bea directs her attention to mythbusting an issue that will affect us all: climate change.
1 August 2020
Decolonising the climate movement
Sadhana and Tayo dissect white environmentalism, discuss the intersection of anti-racism and climate movements and highlight the importance of solidarity