• Love Island Dumps Fast Fashion

    Fast fashion and Love Island have long gone hand in hand. However, the hit reality TV show’s decision to partner with eBay for its latest series has been widely celebrated by sustainability advocates....
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    The Tourist Areas Under Threat From Climate Change

    Rebecca Herman Although the topic of climate changed has seeped into popular culture with posters and warnings surrounding us constantly, the effects of it often feel extremely far away. However, the reality definitely hits when you turn up to the hottest tourist destination, but it looks completely different to...
  • Over 50 Years Of Earth Day And Why It Is More Relevant Today Than Ever

    The first Earth Day occurred fifty-one years ago, and is widely credited with being the catalyst of the modern environmental movement. As we are celebrating over five decades of Earth Day festivities, it is important that we question how much has changed since 1970....
  • A Win For The People, But A Win For The Planet? A Look Into Joe Biden’s Plans For A Net-Zero Economy

    With Donald Trump’s pivotal loss to Joe Biden in the recent US election, the world has watched on with a sense of optimism for the future of one of the world’s most powerful countries. Biden’s win has been seen as emblematic of a hopeful future, since he has unravelled...
  • The Olympics, Climate Change And Tokyo 2021

    Ewan James Before it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tokyo 2020 was set to be a ground-breaking Olympic and Paralympic games, with an unprecedented commitment to sustainability and climate change. This same commitment is being continued into the rearranged Tokyo 2021 Olympics, with the goal being a...
  • Rising Sea Levels Spark Concerns Over Long-Term Sports Stadia Sustainability

    Matthew Cotter Undeniably, rising sea levels are one of Earth’s current biggest threats. But in the world of sport, its consequences are somewhat unknown. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has reported that sea levels are set to rise by 3.6 feet by the end of...
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    The Science Show Episode 7 – The Climate Emergency

    Matthew Bird and Philippa Flanagan-Smith Join Matt and Philippa for this episode of The Science Show, celebrating all things Earth Day! Catherine Peake and Rory McNulty share some insights from their PhD research into energies of the future, while Hamza Nouman discusses his plans for his time as Environment...