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How sustainable is zero waste?

We’ve all seen photos on Pinterest of those beautiful pantries with uniform glass jars of quinoa,pasta and chia seeds lined on shelves floor to ceiling, or seen environmentalist making their…

1 in 5 species at risk of nationwide extinction

A decline in the UK’s biodiversity was revealed by the publication of the State of Nature Report 2023 on 28 September. Multiple conservation organisations, including the National Trust, have compiled…

Cleaning up their act? How music festivals are becoming sustainable

According to a study conducted by the University of Brighton, festivals are predominantly attended by environmentally-conscious 18-24 year olds. Of the interviewed group, 72.9% believed they were already “doing their…

EIBF 2023: Mikaela Loach, ‘Changing the Climate Narrative’

Usually, one attends a Book Festival event, listens to the talk, plucks up the courage to ask your favourite author a question or get your book signed, and then it’s…

Review: How to Blow Up a Pipeline

How to Blow up a Pipeline is a perfectly executed heist-style indie eco-thriller with a stacked ensemble cast and beautiful cinematography. The only place audiences could find discomfort is in…

We need to make the transition to plant-based catering

Edinburgh University students have voted against a motion calling for EUSA venues to transition to 100% plant-based catering by 2026/7. And I do not think this was the right decision.…

Transport Policy in Westminster is Failing English Students: Both Ecologically and Economically

Amid the crushing pressure of the cost of living crisis, most students are inclined to choose the cheapest route home, regardless of its toll on the climate. Even in a…

Motion to switch to 100 per cent plant-based catering in EUSA venues fails.

The motion proposing a transition to a fully plant-based catering system in all EUSA venues by 2027 has failed with only 19 per cent voting in favour. Submitted by Plant…