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climate change Tag Archive

Politicians’ response to Australian bushfires

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This month has seen catastrophic bushfires assaulting the East Coast of Australia, leaving multiple people dead, and coming within nine miles of Sydney’s centre. A coalition of...

Time to change: University opens up Climate Conversation

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The University releases almost 40,000 tonnes of carbon per year as scope one emissions....

Museums: more than just a cultural environment?

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Grace Dean investigates what museum can do to become more environmentally-friendly...

Is the arrest of climate activists justified?

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Protests and strikes are part of any healthy democracy. The repeated arrest of Jane Fonda and Extinction rebellion activists for raising awareness of Climate change is an affront...

How to be a sustainable traveller

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Laura Chaney shares her tips on how you can make your travelling more sustainable and better for the planet...

Some assembly required on climate change policy

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There’s an old adage that the American Congress is overly pale, male and stale, a criticism that applies equally to the Houses of Parliament. While this is likely to change...

Extinction Rebellion: the leaders against climate change

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The Extinction Rebellion are growing increasingly important in the current climate regarding environmental issues. Read on to find out what they've been up to this time....

Trump withdraws from Paris Agreement, Accord-ing to Sources

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For some years, many have seen the Republicans as America’s anti-green party, which – at least in historical terms – isn’t entirely fair: even some of the die-hard...

What are the Uni doing about the climate emergency? The Courier speaks to the Sustainability Team

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Back in April, Newcastle University, along with many other universities, declared a climate emergency. But what practical steps has the university taken to minimise its effect on...

Polar Bear footprints used develop ethical tracking techniques

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Swedish scientists working with the WWF Alaska and the Department of Wildlife Management have been able to isolate DNA from left over cellular debris in snow pawprints of polar...