By Ellie Church, GLOBUS Correspondent What if the words nature, green and wild were associated with cities as much as they are with the countryside? Maybe that’s not as far into the future as you think. Every week, the number of people living in urban areas globally increases by 1.5 million. The 3.5 billion urban... Continue Reading →
Finn Beckett-Hester reflects on his experience with green spaces in Hong Kong, and the health, environmental, and socioeconomic causes and consequences of inequality associated with their distribution and accessibility.
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 →