lights off
25th Mar 2015

On the 23rd March people across the world switched off all lights and non-essential devices at 8:30pm for an hour in an attempt to campaign against climate change. Over 150 countries took part in this event which originated in Australia in 2007, showing their support towards tackling this global problem.

19th Jul 2014

As FIFA’s 2014 World Cup in Brazil reaches its climax, the PR-driven glow of FIFA’s apparent efforts to host an environmentally friendly sporting event are being called into question.

13th Apr 2014

Our preoccupation as a people with fossil fuel based energy supply has taken on a new guise in recent times. We have long been aware that our dependence is both unsustainable and insatiable for fossil fuel energies; however we have now arguably gone a step further down the line to sub-consciously reinforcing this dependence.

beer bottle tops
27th Mar 2014

I wanted to write a blog about how to reduce your risk from groundwater flooding in London by drinking local beer, but it turned out to be more complicated than that.

angry cat driving
25th Mar 2014

I recently watched a fascinating documentary regarding cycling on Britain’s road, shown on BBC One. The document aimed to provide a fresh perspective by using cycle helmet cameras, using the experiences of cyclists to highlight the difficult relationship between cyclists and motorists.

20th Mar 2014

On a recent visit to East Yorkshire, whilst exploring the coast with the dog, I spotted what looked like very recent coastal erosion near Withernsea (note the fact that the cliff now crosses through what looks like recently sowed seedlings).

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