Cannes film festival, as one of the authentic cinematic, events has often shown its concerns about climate change, and now the poster of the 75th clearly mentions climate change. Continue reading 75th Cannes Film Festival to come with a Special Look at Climate Change
The ideological clash that has occurred between meat eaters and vegans has bubbled away for years, recently gaining traction as climate crisis contributors become more prescient in all our minds. This disparity has led to some interesting developments in the food industry, who have opened new avenues for climate conscious-eaters to explore. Continue reading OPINION: Vegan Junk Food is an All-New Environmentally Friendly Nutritional Nightmare
Solar panels have been named one of the key routes to reach net zero carbon emissions in Scotland, so why is there not more push for further solar installation? Back in 2016, the Scottish Government introduced new building standards that … Continue reading Opinion: The SNP’s Rather Dull Approach to Solar Energy.￼
Firefighters faced a wildfire at Kyle of Lochalsh that first began on Wednesday morning and stayed ablaze for 24 hours. The fire crews attending stayed overnight to fight the blaze and even had to set up in the backyard of … Continue reading Firefighters Tackled Wildfire For 24 Hours At Kyle Of Lochalsh
Discussing the most recent disruptions to petrol stations on the M25 on yesterday’s Jeremy Vine show on Channel 5, Mike Parry shouted down JustStopOil activist Miranda Whelehan saying young people haven’t contributed enough to society to get a voice. After … Continue reading Mike Parry reveals lack of climate crisis understanding in another embarrassing talk show incident
By Olivia Adam 30th April 2022 I took a walk along Dumbarton Road, situated in Partick, the West End of Glasgow, to check out the 11 charity shops dotted along the 10.5-mile-long road. Why choose charity shopping? The thing about fast fashion is exactly that; it’s quick and easy. But it’s killing the planet. According to earth.org, it produces more Co2 than aviation and shipping combined and produces more than 20 percent of global wastewater from textile dyeing. So, with that in mind, charity shopping is even more appealing. It’s ethical, sustainable, and cheaper. What’s not to like? The thing … Continue reading Dumbarton Road is Glasgow’s Hotspot for Sustainable Shopping
Fife beach bounces back in less than 6 months of being named the UK’s dirtiest beach in a report by Save On Energy last June. Kinghorn Harbour beach on the east coast of Fife has struggled for years with water … Continue reading Kinghorn Harbour Beach: From Most Polluted to Award Winning in Less than 6 Months.
An investigation into how much the individual can do when they help out at climate activism groups. Continue reading Opinion: Can Climate Activism Really Make a Difference?
Transport accounts for the largest share of producing emissions in Scotland. Continue reading Statistics: Transport Is the Largest Source of Emissions
As meat-eaters reach upwards of two and a half times the daily dietary greenhouse gas emissions of vegetarians and vegans, it is time to start making the transition towards a more sustainable diet. Continue reading Quick Tips on How to ‘Veganise’ Your Favourite Dishes