GLOBUS Correspondent Lucia Mollea examines the conception and eventual evolution of modern-day sustainable architectural styles.Read more
Category Archives: Society
Our Role: A Call to Arms for Warwick and Beyond
Climate change needs system change – change that starts right here, on our campus. Find out more about PROJECT: Climate Emergency.
The Ghost of Humanity’s Future: what do the experts say?
The current state of global climate affairs, and the potentially devastating end of the road for humanity.
A little more than a kiss: how did we end up like this?
A history of the climate movement, and the key doubts used to combat it.
In last week’s article I discussed the ways in which we have attempted to quantify happiness, through the prism of case studies such as Bhutan and its Gross National Happiness index. The study of wellbeing is thought to be relatively new, but the challenge of quantifying wellbeing has been something which economists, philosophers and psychologists have been attempting to solveRead more
Bismarck remarked after the Berlin Conference of 1885 that “he who controls Africa will control Europe”. This chauvinistic war cry came to define the 19th and 20th Century ‘Scramble for Africa’, with European powers waging battle for imperial control over African nations. The flag bearer of this hypermasculine discourse, however, is decentralising from Europe: imperialism has assumed a new form.Read more
By Ana Lopez de Arenosa, GLOBUS Correspondent “Money can’t buy happiness” This is a statement we will all have heard many times, probably most often as a child, when the value of money was not as important during that period of your life as it has come to be now. Yet the validity of this phrase continues to be relevant:Read more