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
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”
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”.
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.
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.
25 July 2022
Tidal Lagoon: Why the UK should choose tidal energy
Looking at the proposed tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay
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.
6 September 2021
Artificial meat products promoted in attempt to tackle climate crisis
A think tank has argued the case for swapping out high-in-emissions meat products for “alternative proteins”.
23 August 2021
Ex-lobby boss states that oil firms made ‘false claims’ about costs of blue hydrogen
Chris Jackson states that companies promoted ‘unsustainable’ fossil gas projects to gain access to billions in taxpayer subsidies.
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."
19 May 2021
Report finds that 20 companies produce 55% of the world's plastic waste
The Plastic Waste Makers Index has identified 20 companies that produce over half of the world’s single-use plastics, and the banks that fund them.
10 May 2021
High street revamp as climate emergency centers take over
UK high streets are changing for good as climate emergency centres (CEC) swarm our abandoned stores, aiming to create community and economic recovery after the pandemic.
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.
8 April 2021
The Wildlife Trusts’ fight to recover nature in the UK
Ice Age ’ghost’ ponds will be restored in one of ten new schemes launched to boost wildlife after an £8 million fundraising campaign.
8 April 2021
Apple takes further action to clean their carbon footprint
Apple announced last year that it will be entirely carbon neutral for its supply chain and products by 2030, and the company is now taking steps to use renewable energy.