Tyre Extinguishers on the move; Crimes committed in the name of Climate Justice

By Aditya Soyanke   The streets of London were once again moved by the new-age self-proclaimed warriors of climate change who took the law into their own hands by resorting to the act of vandalism. A Group which goes by the name of “Tyre Extinguishers” (abbreviated to TE henceforth) has started to target the SUVs in the city by deflating the tyres of the motor vehicles. SUVs are known for their luxurious style, with most of these supporting features with off-roading capabilities. These cars consume more energy and have become the second-largest contributor of CO2 emissions worldwide, leading to wider problems … Continue reading Tyre Extinguishers on the move; Crimes committed in the name of Climate Justice

Top 3 lush green outings in Glasgow

By Aditya Soyanke “People make Glasgow Greener” – this tagline by the city council of the city of Glasgow speaks for the cities interest in maintaining its parks and gardens. Spring is here and the best way to enjoy the fleeting warmth we get is to go outdoors and bask in sunlight. What better way to enjoy the weather than to visit the lush greens of the city. Glasgow is famous for the balance of modern architecture and the environment conscious green spaces maintained throughout the town. There are a number of famous parks around the city for a lazy stroll … Continue reading Top 3 lush green outings in Glasgow

Rebellion : A review of the Extinction Rebellion Documentary on Netflix

By Aditya Soyanke  As someone who is surrounded by climate activism and climate emergency news, very few things leave me speechless, and those things are usually bad for the environment. However, the documentary about the 2019 rebellion led by the Extinction Rebellion – a group (rather large now) fighting against climate injustice, also known as XR – had me stunned with their take on telling the struggle behind the scenes when climate emergency and the people fighting for it are concerned. The documentary tells the narratives of the initial members of the rebellion and their story on how it all … Continue reading Rebellion : A review of the Extinction Rebellion Documentary on Netflix

“Art Making For Earthly Survival” Exhibition in Glasgow calls for Sustainable Art

By Aditya Soyanke An exhibition was conducted at the Reid Building of the Glasgow School of Arts(GSA), showcasing the art made by people who participated in the “Art-Making for Earthly Survival” workshops. The exhibition and the workshops are all a part of the “Close of Play: Climate Emergency and Creative Action” series and was curated by Rachy McEwan. It took place on two consecutive days, namely on the 28th and the 29th of April 2022, and started at 10 in the morning to 4:30 pm on both days. People interested in visiting the exhibition could buy the tickets online through … Continue reading “Art Making For Earthly Survival” Exhibition in Glasgow calls for Sustainable Art