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?
Written by Francesca McClimont As humans grapple with social injustice and political infighting, our planet continues to face its own battle: climate change. By taking our natural environment for granted for too long, we all face an uncertain future. Climate change threatens natural habitats and creates weather patterns that are increasingly erratic, extreme and unpredictable.… Read More In conversation with Environmental Scientist and Researcher Dr. Sarah Nelson
Written by Jem Wilcox With the recent introduction of the eco-friendly Extreme E championship, the question raised is whether any racing series can be truly environmental. This month saw the long-anticipated arrival of the Extreme E race series, a motorsport championship that aims to raise awareness of various threats to the environment. Five locations across… Read More Can motorsport ever be truly environmental?
Written by Zara-Louise O’Toole We’ve all heard that shopping second hand, cycling more, flying less and consuming less meat are great ways to reduce your carbon footprint. But during this climate emergency, doing the above won’t force the government and international parties to enforce real change or improve our energy sources, food supply chains and… Read More How to become a climate activist