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There’s SNOW time to wait on climate reform

Scotland is snow-free for the 9th time in the last 300 years. Let’s say that again, Scotland is entirely, completely, snow-free for only the 9th time in the last 3…

“Fighting the Beast”: the young people suing the government over climate change

Three young people are suing the UK government for failures to act on climate change. “We refuse to witness the violations by this UK government, and refuse to be complicit…

Snowpiercer season 2 review

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ The second season of Snowpiercer has reached its midway point and has, so far, been moderately good, though by no means exceptional. The dystopian train has been cruising…

Students vote against motion to assess feasibility of banning beef sales on campus

Students at the University of Edinburgh have voted against a motion titled ‘Cease the sale of beef from Student’s Association cafés and restaurants.’ The motion, which had a small majority…

How unsustainable habits impact communities in the Arctic Circle

There are no other inhabited environments as harsh, unforgiving and bitterly cold as that of the mysterious tundra of the Arctic circle. Winters are arduously long, with temperatures dropping to…

Climate change impacts krill migration patterns

The British Antarctic Survey have revealed that krill populations in the Southern Ocean are shifting towards the Antarctic pole due to climate change. Krill are a fundamental prey species that…

The time for action is now: climate change is real and it is happening

Five monstrous hurricanes in one month hit the United States. Mexico had its strongest earthquake in a century. There were murderous mudslides in Sierra Leone and a total of 15…

Global warming causes rapid decline in butterfly populations

Butterflies: the ethereal beauties that enchant as they drift by on a warm summers day. Butterflies: the flapping beasts that charge at your face while you try to enjoy a…