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.
Impacts of the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Role of the Energy Market in Climate Policies Hope regarding the future of climate and other environmental governance has been hard to come by during the process of negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union. Aside from a vague commitment by Michael Gove that “[The... Continue Reading →
Environmentalism needs to attract wide audiences. In her latest piece, our Commissioning Editor, Alicia Siddons, demonstrates the power of fairy tales to promote a sustainable world order.
Wild West and Beyond Having grown up in Surrey, just outside London, many weekends and school holidays included day trips to our wonderful capital city: the London Eye, boat trips on the Thames, the Science and Natural History museums being amongst my favourite places to visit. However, as I grew older, I started to see... Continue Reading →
By Alicia Siddons Our linguistic prowess is a powerful tool. Many of us are familiar with the idea that language provided homo sapiens with an evolutionary advantage. It is also crucial to our understanding of ourselves as a species. Declarative speech gives an individual evidence of the thoughts and emotions of another human being. We... Continue Reading →
Euan Robb (1st year History and Politics), Guest Writer Humans have many faults. They are often vain, indolent and self-centred. One might suggest that humanity needs to change its nature before it can confront a collective challenge like global warming. But that is not the case. In the previous article, I discussed the possible necessity... Continue Reading →
Euan Robb (1st year History and Politics), Guest Writer Are we in need of a societal shift? This was the question I pondered whilst attending the Toxic Air Panel Discussion held by the Warwick Green Party to consider what can be done to alleviate the issue of toxic air pollution. Present were three speakers, each... Continue Reading →
Paris’ mayor, Anne Hidalgo, has an ambitious plan to drastically reduce the French capital’s air pollution and carbon footprint. France’s largest city, Paris, is one of the most polluted urban spaces in the country. It regularly experiences peaks in air pollution, often caused by specific weather patterns. Additionally, the city’s topography worsens the situation by... Continue Reading →
A Sustainable Serenissima: Water, Fire, and the Future of Venice A Preface from the Editor Degree programmes at Warwick, particularly in the School for Cross-Faculty Studies, are continually innovating, expanding, and evolving. A Sustainable Serenissima is an introduction to a new and upcoming module, centred on the study of Venice, offered by the School, written... Continue Reading →
by Aliya Chojoo The ocean has always fascinated me. Did it ever occur to you just how deep it might be, or how many living creatures there are in this enormous environment? Indeed, covering 71% of Earth’s surface, the ocean provides us with food and fossil resources, as well as a way of transportation, with... Continue Reading →