Fueling the Crisis: Renewable Energy Now!

Words by Maya Zealey Despite enduring hikes in the price of gas as recently as October, UK households are preparing for energy bills to increase a further 50% in the coming months. Last year, global fuel prices reached an all time high, with the wholesale price of gas quadrupling. The UK is particularly vulnerable because […]

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Super Khan: London the Sustainability Metropolis

Words by Rose Jones The world is becoming increasingly urbanized. As of 2020, cities are now home to over half of the global population and contribute over 60% of global greenhouse gas emissions, despite only covering 2% of Earth’s surface. The climate crisis necessitates radical action in cities, responding pragmatically to the complex challenges that […]

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Ski Resorts and Sustainability

Words by Avery Reynolds I grew up as an avid skier, skiing every weekend from Thanksgiving to Easter since I was 3 years old. In high school, I skied 7 days a week spending at least 4 hours a day at Cannon Mountain in New Hampshire. Winters were always variable, but recently it has changed […]

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You’re Not Happy, Stop Buying Things

Words by John Kite When was the last time you bought something you didn’t need? This month? This week? This morning? We’re all trapped in the addictive cycle of buying, anticipating, unwrapping, and buying again, but like the realisation that you’ve been endlessly scrolling social media, once we see ‘through the looking glass’, we cringe […]

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