From Mitigation, to Adaption, Finance to Collaboration – what’s on at the Manchester Festival of Climate Action?
Georgie Selwood explores the ways in which climate change could impact our relationship with disease.
Ava Innes discusses the problem with trying to find sustainable solutions without examining the colonial legacy that underpins our current environmental crisis.
Jemma Harris discusses how the music industry can help make touring more sustainable
Bernie Sanders’ Green New Deal is the only viable plan for the planet in this year’s Presidential election, argues Tallulah Brennan
Olivia Stringer asks whether online platforms for selling second hand clothes are encouraging a wear-once mindset
Capitalism and the climate crisis are inexplicably linked, and to save our planet we must adopt a more sustainable system, writes Luisa Bax
The governments proposed building regulations will not allow local authorities to set higher standards of energy efficiency beyond the mandated level
As Storm Ciara causes mass disruption in the UK, how do we prevent big corporations seeking infinite growth at all costs to save our planet?
A guide for coping with eco-anxiety and reconnecting with nature
Martha Houston discusses the dangerous ideas about population control that could be encouraged from David Attenborough’s recent documentary
Luke Edwards discusses how Manchester is leading the fight against climate change, implementing city-wide changes to reduce carbon emissions
The state of the world nowadays has been given a lot of bad press, says Susannah Eley
How AI and education can be used to stunt the further development of humankind’s greatest adversary: climate change
The festival will showcase a range of art commissions, immersive and participatory experiences, outdoor events and live debates in aid of the 2020 Year of Climate Action
Tom Reynolds delves into the environmental problems synonymous with sport’s greatest competitions
Will Stonier views the impacts that climate change will have on sporting events