“Is the microphone on? Is it really on? Is my English ok? Because I’m beginning to wonder.”
New research has found magnetically-charged rocks which may be able to tell us about our past climate…
Studies have shown a worldwide reduction in air pollution as a result of the national lockdowns… could the COVID-19 pandemic be guiding us towards a greener future?
But maintaining a green lifestyle doesn’t have to drastically inconvenience us. In actuality, there are a range of apps and websites which can help us fight climate change and positively impact our green footprints…
The facts behind why locally sourced meat and dairy produce can’t be considered more sustainable than veganism.
Tharushi Wijesiri looks at what the next four years could mean for science.
Catherine Upex looks at the statistics and investigates how environmentally friendly meat alternatives really are…
The Net-Zero roadmap produced and presented by the Leeds Climate Commission on January 7th reports that if Leeds reaches its 2030 target of net-zero emissions the city would accelerate its post-Covid recovery by reaping numerous social and economic benefits.
The human impact on Earth is so significant there is now more plastic, concrete, and metal than living things. Just how much of our natural world is left?
On the 12th day of Christmas, my true love will discard 6 million trees, 2 million turkeys, 11 million roasties, 17 million sprouts, 114 thousand tonnes of plastic, 74 million mince pies and around a billion Christmas cards.
Waitrose, Morrisons, and John Lewis have announced they won’t be using glitter in their own-brand Christmas products. Many other big retailers, such as Boots and Sainsburys, have also announced they are taking steps to reduce their use of plastic, making their ranges more eco-friendly for the festive period.
Despite its span of 400 years, many of the pieces at Leeds Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ capture a very current mood in their meditation on the human relationship with nature. It’s timing as […]