Research from the University of Manchester shows the consumers are willing to change their consumption habits to combat climate change.
Esmee Samsworth takes a look at the Oxford English Dictionary Word of the Year: Toxic, and what the choice says about 2018.
Dr John Broderick speaks to us about the importance of scientists in policymaking, and advocating for environmental policies at a Conservative conference
Leading climate scientists and government figureheads from across the globe have met in South Korea this week to scrutinise a 15-page report advising policymakers on global increases in temperature
Producing a lot of waste is an inevitable aspect of student life, but can the waste be better managed through recycling and shopping considerately?
Sources suggest that the fermentation/pickling process, buying hyper-local produce to minimise environmental impact, healthy fast food and snacks, and booze-free food and drink are all popular trends during 2018. The trends of fermentation/pickling and buying from the most localised sources indicate a fashionable step into Britain’s agricultural past. What can we, in 2018, learn from […]
Lacoste join the emerging group of brands seeking to raise awareness of environmental issues
The University of Manchester has recently been awarded for two projects by a prestigious award
Sustainability is not often the first thing you think of when it comes to fashion, but that may be about to change
Students often rely on fast fashion companies for stylish and affordable clothes, but more environmentally friendly solutions are available.
The conversation around bee populations has lost its nuance, and Jacklin Kwan seeks to address that
As it is revealed that 90% of the World’s largest firms lobby against action on climate change, Sophie Marriott argues that corporate power poses the biggest threat to the future of the environment and society.
An ambitious report by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Royal Society states that the UK could become carbon-neutral by 2050.
Known for being quirky, inexpensive and rich in history, Slovenia’s capital city is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination. Praised for its commitment to improving the environment, Victoria Evans proves the city has much more to offer than cheap pints.
The UoM Students’ Union are campaigning to convert students from Google to the environmentally friendly Ecosia
Research by the University of Manchester finds that national UK sandwich consumption has equivalent carbon footprint of 8 million cars
Blade Runner 2049’s world is far from a dystopian fantasy