By Angelo Balagtas, GLOBUS Correspondent “Spratlys be turned into an international marine peace park so the countries will suspend all their territorial claims for 50 or 100 years and allow the reef to regrow and be the breeding ground of the fish” Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, 2016 The Spratly Islands, an archipelago in... Continue Reading →
By Joe Forsey This piece is part of a series of assessment submissions from Warwick Economics’ Introduction to Environmental Economics module for first-year students. Executive Summary Time is running out for orangutans. In 2016 the International Union for Conservation of Nature classed the species as critically endangered (Ancrenaz et al., 2016), one slip away from extinction. In... Continue Reading →
GLOBUS Correspondent, Safiya Hassan, examines the history of the USA's contentious crude oil industry, and indigenous peoples' fight against its expansion.
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 →