Seagrass.. what on earth is it? GLOBUS Correspondent, Silia Tsigka, explores the benefits of this lesser known carbon sink, and the initiatives catching on to its natural perks.
By Finn Beckett-Hester, GLOBUS Correspondent In many nations, commuting is an indispensable part of life for many. Having spent a year in the bustling city of Hong Kong, the benefits of an efficient and highly accessible public transportation system have only become more evident to me. However, transportation is the second biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions... Continue Reading →
By Tori Keene, GlOBUS Assistant Editor Is carbon offsetting truly cancelling out our emissions, or just our own guilt? By dictionary definition, a ‘Carbon Offset’ is ‘an action or activity (such as the planting of trees or carbon sequestration) that compensates for the emission of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases to the atmosphere’ - a... Continue Reading →
By Todd Olive, Editor-in-Chief After a long (and, we hope, relaxing) summer, GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief, Todd Olive, is kicking off the new year in search of solutions, as he attempts to provide insight into one of climate change's most bewildering questions; what can we all do in the face of the Climate Emergency - and, how... Continue Reading →