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

Scottish History and Culture is at Risk of Being Lost Forever Under Climate Change

Scotland is famous for its rich cultural and historical sites. Tourists from all over the world are inspired to visit Scotland, bringing necessary business to some of Scotland’s most rural areas. However, thanks to the worldwide abuse of fossil fuels global warming is accelerating the risk of these sites being lost forever. Continue reading Scottish History and Culture is at Risk of Being Lost Forever Under Climate Change

Carbon Inequality: How Climate Change is Disproportionality Affecting Indigenous Communities

Extreme carbon inequality is pushing the world to the climate brink, as the world’s poorest 3.5 billion people who contribute little to carbon emissions are the most affected by climate impacts such as floods, droughts, and storms. In recent decades carbon emissions have rocketed, with global annual carbon emissions growing by around 60% from 1990 to 2015. According to data derived from Oxfam, the richest 1% of the world’s population are responsible for more than twice as much carbon emissions as the 3.1 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity.  This is a clear case of extreme … Continue reading Carbon Inequality: How Climate Change is Disproportionality Affecting Indigenous Communities

How to Build your Capsule Wardrobe

By Olivia Adam Today’s unforgiving whirlwind of weekly microtrends makes staying true to your personal style difficult. Building your own classic capsule wardrobe is a sustainable and ethical way to battle the winds of fast fashion. What is a ‘capsule wardrobe’? It is a minimal and succinct selection of clothes and accessories carefully handpicked to stand the test of time. Essentially, you are looking for quality over quantity.  You may opt to buy a few seasonal trendy items throughout the year but ideally, your capsule wardrobe should be between twenty and thirty pieces. They should be adaptable items that are … Continue reading How to Build your Capsule Wardrobe