By Shian-Li Kelly-Williams How would you deal with a climate denier? Every year, the Global Sustainable Development department's essay competitions aims to engage prospective students within the sustainability debate. This year, one of the potential questions the competition essayists were able to talk about was how we face the indomitable issue of climate denial. This... Continue Reading →
By Clara Grosz Every year, the Global Sustainable Development department’s essay competitions aims to engage prospective students within the sustainability debate. This year, one of the potential questions the competition essayists were able to talk about was a response to those in society who deny the existence of climate change - climate deniers . This ... Continue Reading →
By Todd Olive, GLOBUS Editor in Chief Populism is a fact of life in our world today; back in 2017, it was even named Word of the Year by Cambridge Dictionary. The Donald, as near to a human embodiment of the word as is possible, is likely to shortly be exonerated by the US Senate... Continue Reading →
By Todd Olive, GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief Our own Editor in Chief , Todd Olive, has had a change of heart - the climate deniers have finally convinced him that sustainability is a waste of time. Here he shares his new found knowledge from the most reliable of sources... Let's face it: climate change isn't real. 97%... Continue Reading →
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.
Editorial Note: GLOBUS, its Members, and where applicable its Guest Writers, fully support, where reasonable, and not in contravention of other conventions, or legal, ethical, or moral institutions, the expression of viewpoints opposed to that which might be construed as the ‘prevailing school of thought’. The author would like to thank Dr. Jessica Savage and... Continue Reading →