The Paris Agreement, net zero and other metric targets: we're all familiar with these climate policies. But are they really the right approach to tackling climate change? In our latest piece, GLOBUS Correspondent Viriginia Thomas-Pickles takes a closer look at Climate Pragmatism.
In our latest piece, GLOBUS Correspondent Naomi Harris explains why we need to rethink our approach to agriculture and farming in order to protect the fertility of our planet.
You need it every single day to survive, but its disappearing fast. In our latest piece, GLOBUS correspondent Catriona Heyworth explains why water scarcity is the greatest global security threat - and the most neglected.
By Naomi Carter, GLOBUS Correspondent It was with some trepidation that I unpacked my Chilly bottle, charity shop crockery and reusable silicone lids on the first day of Freshers’ Week, preparing to start GSD as a degree. Would my flatmates judge me? Would they think they have some crazy sustainability preacher living with them? As... Continue Reading →
By Alicia Siddons, GLOBUS Assistant Editor “Two sheets of paper and a couple sprays are all you need” Cleaning stations stocked with blue roll paper and disinfectant sprays are stationed in each section of the gym. I follow the advice, measure two sheets of paper, three sprays (because, you know, I’m being cautious) and I wander to the spin bike.... Continue Reading →
By Finn Beckett-Hester, GLOBUS Correspondent The 'home' is an unstable concept. Its visualisation differentiates greatly between the individual and societies and has been forcibly reconfigured and centralised by the Covid-19 pandemic due to lockdown measures. For many the home has become the centre for rest, work, and leisure coincidentally. For others it has become a... Continue Reading →
Why is it so easy for us to declare what it is we are against and so much harder to act, collectively, on the values we want to uphold? Turning to climate change, our Commissioning Editor, Alicia Siddons, asks whether we can galvanise momentum on campus and build a community of respect, freedom and common welfare to stay with us long after we all graduate.