by Hrishita Rangoonwala, GSD and Business Studies Correspondent University: Experience that impacts character building in amplitudes that few institutions can come to par with. Generating a sense of personal responsibility towards climate change mitigation in youth is a small yet important piece in the green technology and progressive public policy development puzzles. Universities are a... Continue Reading →
Is the UK ‘Anti-Immigration’?
by Lianna Ng, GSD Correspondent Back in June last year, when it was announced that the first group of asylum seekers would be ‘relocated’ to Rwanda on the 14th of June, reports of suicide attempts among those facing this prospect began emerging. This arrangement, officially known as the ‘UK-Rwanda Migration and Economic Development Partnership’, was... Continue Reading →
Ditch the Bleach: Tips for Eco-Cleaning
By Amy Denton, Editor-in-Chief of GLOBUS I have recently delved into the world of eco-cleaning, and I find it fascinating! Whilst chemicals in household cleaners should be safe if used correctly, research suggests that long-term exposure to cleaning chemicals can cause respiratory issues like asthma or in severe cases could even decrease lung functionality. So,... Continue Reading →
What stops us from being sustainable: Part 2
by Dayan Pindoria, GSD Competition Prizewinner ‘Sustainable development' (SD) is widely believed to be an approach towards socio-economic progression that aims to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. At the heart of the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development are seventeen Sustainable Development... Continue Reading →