In conversation with Environmental Scientist and Researcher Dr. Sarah Nelson

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

US Economic Sanctions Cripple Iran’s Pandemic Response

Written by Maddie Bridge-Davies US-Iran negotiations continue as Covid-19 supplies are blocked by sanctions The fourth round of talks over President Joe Biden’s bid to re-join the Iran nuclear deal wrapped up in Vienna on 7th May. Senior officials from Russia, Germany, China, Iran, Britain and France hope to reach an agreement by 22nd May,… Read More US Economic Sanctions Cripple Iran’s Pandemic Response

Centring Black people in Conversations About Environmental Racism is Essential

Written by Avery Oliver When the snowstorm hit Texas in mid-February and my power went out—I wasn’t sure if it would ever come back on. It was a very cold night, the temperatures dropping below freezing, and with no heat or electricity, it only continued to grow colder. When an hour or two passed and… Read More Centring Black people in Conversations About Environmental Racism is Essential