Seaspiracy was met with its fair share of controversy when it was released this year on Netflix. While the documentary exposes the corruption in the commercial fishing industry as well as the environmental damage it causes, it has received backlash for its journalistic standards as well as its Western perspective and portrayal of other cultures.… Read More Oxford University environmental researcher criticises Netflix’s Seaspiracy for Western bias and misleading statements
Written by Francesca McClimont The British countryside is famous for its scenic rolling hills and green pastures. Travelling out or into a city, the distinction between urban and rural is noticeably stark. This is because of a government policy known as the Green Belt. This legislation aims to control urban growth and sprawl by protecting… Read More Britain’s Green Belt and the Housing Crisis
Hydropol™, an environmentally engineered technology has shown massive potential in new research. The marine-safe, non toxic, strong polymer design highlights this crucial focus by designers, for the future of waste and packaging materials design.… Read More Where Design Meets Sustainability: Hydropol™, An Environmentally Engineered Technology
Written by Maryam Arshad 4 weeks, 400 grassroots campaigns – a number that’s still climbing. That was what ‘The Community Planning Alliance’ saw after they launched an interactive open access map which allowed for the locating and sharing of environmental grassroots campaigns across the UK. That number is huge−indicating the widespread presence of campaigns who… Read More Why Are Environmental Grassroots Campaigns Overlooked And Underreported In The Media?