Silent Spring revolutionised international attitude to pesticides. But 50 years on, have we lost touch with Rachel Carson’s legacy, and what could the future bring?
Animal agriculture may be the most destructive force contributing to global climate change. But environmental organisations are being made to keep quiet, whilst activists have been murdered for speaking out. Those are the real facts.
‘Natural Capital’ is populating the news, sparking moral debates, bringing conservationists to the edge of their seats: the choice to commodify something we have evolved with for centuries? Back in March I wrote this little… Continue reading
With the world falling apart at the seams, inspiring the next generation to act is of upmost importance. Published by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in 2010, ‘Stories for our children: the… Continue reading
With populations on the rise, issues such as habitat loss, invasive species, and overexploitation are following suit. As technology and research advance alongside, we are hopeful that solutions to just some of these… Continue reading
The revolutions of the Arab Spring, concerning developing nations in both North Africa and the Middle East, began in 2010 and are continuing through Syria today. Not disregarding the humanitarian concern in said… Continue reading
They come in many forms. Slogans, packaging and policies. Playing off your weakness and your fear for the environment, Greenwashers are using you. This sly form of advertisement ensures that you commit your… Continue reading
The CITES Convention 2013 is currently underway; the 16th meeting of the Conference of the Parties is taking place in Bangkok, Thailand. Hot topics so far have included overfishing of sharks, elephants in… Continue reading