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
With the Students’ Union’s Climate Justice Fortnight well underway, Felix Hanif-Banks talks about the first of many great talks, ‘The UK Class System and Climate Justice’
With more and more people wanting to cut down their environmental impact, the question is raised; is it possible to travel more sustainably?
Manchester is aiming to eliminate carbon usage by 2038, 12 years earlier than any other than any other British city. But how successful have they been so far?
Divestment has often followed successful campaigns from groups such as People and Planet and Fossil Free, but the University of Manchester is yet to commit
The 2018 list, compiled by charity Carbon Disclosure Project, names Greater Manchester as one of just 43 cities that scored the highest for their responses to climate change
Student group, People and Planet UoM, have staged an occupation of the John Owens building in a bid to put pressure on the University to cut ties with the fossil fuel industry. The protestors intend to continue their occupation until the University fully commit to the divestment of funds from fossil fuel companies. Campaign group […]
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?
In this new weekly feature, the writers and editors of the film section come together to recommend films that fit a certain theme. This week, our theme is climate change
Who is really profiting from your ethical choices? asks Milo Diduca
Earlier this month, the Youth Climate Change Summit and Manchester City Council gathered schoolchildren to educate them about the climate emergency
Edward O’Shea hosts a TEDextra talk at The University of Manchester discussing how genetically manipulated plants may be the answer to tackling climate change
With only 13% of UK land covered by trees, Friends of the Earth attempted to grow this percentage planting over 500 trees