The government’s recent single-use plastic ban puts too much pressure on the individual and disadvantages disabled people, argues Disabled Society Chair, Sydney King
Capitalism and the climate crisis are inexplicably linked, and to save our planet we must adopt a more sustainable system, writes Luisa Bax
With more and more people wanting to cut down their environmental impact, the question is raised; is it possible to travel more sustainably?
Harry Deacon contemplates the environmental action being taken by our favourite sports
Learning to use Mooncups involves some bloody trial and error, Lifestyle Editor Aisha Al-Janabi shares her experience
We chat to two student volunteers at the Students’ Union’s student run zero-waste shop ‘Want Not Waste’
Are brands really environmentally conscious? Or is it just a publicity stunt? Writer Anna Han Jin discusses the latest zero-waste trend and the use of greenwashing in advertising
For a week this September, the University of Manchester will join forces with media outlets and organisations to devote their research to the global climate emergency
Despite legislation being in place to protect the reef, exemptions are permitted for dredging to aid port maintenance.
Ava Innes discusses the problem with trying to find sustainable solutions without examining the colonial legacy that underpins our current environmental crisis.
Tom Reynolds delves into the environmental problems synonymous with sport’s greatest competitions
The change could mean imposing a charge on vehicles driving into the city centre
University students resort to extreme action after lack of engagement from the university
Thousands of staff at the University of Manchester have engaged in actions aligned with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, including environmental sustainability, gender equality and responsible consumption
The conference aims to encourage young people to discuss how they can contribute to the UN’s plans for climate change
Two projects have been launched in Manchester to help tackle climate change and make the city greener
Researchers at Washington State University have found bacteria which can ‘eat and breathe’ electricity