• Science, Tech, and Sustainability Societies to Join

    Ottilie Owen On the second day of freshers, Ottilie shares some science, technology and sustainability societies… Now that it’s Welcome Week, it is once again that time of the year when students turn their attention to trying out various societies. Although this year’s Welcome Fair was slightly different from...
  • “From The Curious Novice To An Olympic Prospect”: UoN Awarded The Times’ Sports University Of The Year

    For the second time in three years, the University of Nottingham has been crowned as best sports university according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021....
  • Life on…Venus?

    Philippa Flanagan-Smith Few ideas in science have captured humanity’s imagination quite like the prospect of life outside of our own fragile sphere. The regular suspects come up time and time again—Mars, Europa, Titan, even distant Pluto—all boasting water ice or, even more tantalising, liquid water. Philippa Flanagan-Smith investigates a...
  • UK law change to eradicate illegal deforestation

    Jodie Clare Deforestation accounts for roughly 11% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Indigenous people in the Amazon rainforest have been protesting for years against deforestation. Now, the UK Government is stepping up and enforcing a new law which will prevent forests from being converted illegally into agricultural land. The...
  • Earth Is (Yet Again) Under Threat From The Trump Administration

    Ryan James Keane Extinction Rebellion and animal conservation protests are commonplace these days – and for good reason. Corporate greed means people are putting short-term profit maximisation and easily accessible energy above a healthy climate and earth. Ryan James Keane reports how the Trump administration, with an extensive history...
  • Can Biden Do It?

    Joe Biden, a humble servant to power in the halls of Washington for nearly 50 years. But, can the pragmatic super negotiator from Pennsylvania really become President of the United States?...
  • Wind turbines are the backdrop for the Impact and Covering Climate Now logos

    Impact Is Covering Climate Now

    Impact are now part of Covering Climate Now. The Climate Emergency is the most pressing issue of our generation. It touches every aspect of our lives and every community around the world. The consequences of our warming climate directly exacerbate other global problems from hunger and poverty to health...