• A woman standing in a bamboo forest in Kyoto Japan.

    The History Of COP: From Kyoto to Paris

    Charlotte explores the history of the COP summits and what they have (or have not) achieved....
  • Society Spotlight On: Once A Month

    UoN Once a Month was launched this year at UoN as a branch of the wider Once a Month campaign. The student-led project aims to tackle period poverty and help vulnerable women access the products they need. I caught up with project co-lead and president Sachi Kulkarni to find out more about...
  • Is Sustainability Middle-Class?

    Thanks to Greta Thunberg, raging wildfires and a few well-timed David Attenborough documentaries, the climate message is finally getting through. While we can all agree there is still a long (long) way to go, I am optimistic....
  • ‘What Could Be Worse Than Jumping’ @ NNT Autumn Online Season

    Charlotte Smith reviews 'What Could Be Worse Than Jumping' from the NNT's Autumn Online Season....
  • Coronavirus: How Is The Tourism Industry Suffering?

    The Covid-19 virus has caused decimation to our daily lives. Shops are shut, plans are cancelled, and travel is pretty much non-existent as countries shut their borders in an attempted to ‘flatten the curve’ of the deadly disease. Businesses are on their knees as the UK government order non-essential...
  • Team Impact’s Favourite Cities

    Rebecca Cox, Rebecca Herman, Charlotte Smith and Robyn Walford In honour of World Cities Day today, Impact Travel’s editor and contributors share their favourite cities from across the world. Get a notebook ready to expand your bucket list! Dubrovnik, Croatia I was in Dubrovnik only for one day and...
  • Diversity At The Oscars: Are Things Really Changing?

    Charlotte Smith Every single year without fail, the Oscars draw criticism for the lack of diversity in its line-up of nominees. 336 acting Oscars have been awarded in its history, 19 to Black actors, 5 to Hispanic/Latino actors and 3 to Asian actors. Recently the Oscars unveiled plans to...