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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...
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    Can UK Holidays Be Better?

    Anna Stacey Like last year, this summer is proving uncertain for international holidays. But can UK trips be just as good, and even better for the planet? When going abroad, the most time effective mode of transport is usually by plane. You’d probably expect flights and cruises to have...
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    Eliminating Plastic Waste From the Kitchen

    Kallista explores how we can cut plastic waste in the kitchen....
  • 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....
  • 10 Best Animated Films With A Green Theme

    Katie Connor As part of our 10 days of climate change we have rounded up the 10 best animated films with climate themes. Surprisingly upon doing some research, there are countless animated films, usually aimed at kids, which hold either an underlying or sometimes very prominent ‘green’ message. Raising...
  • Sustainable Fashion Brands That Won’t Break The Bank

    Hannah Sutton Sustainability can occur at all levels within fashion, from the products manufacturing to recycling and reusing schemes (like Depop). There is no current accepted definition of ‘sustainable fashion’, but Green Strategy defines it as manufacturing, marketing and using clothes in the must sustainable way possible. This can...