With the energy crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, will the world finally gets serious about renewable energy? Continue reading Ukraine, the Energy Crisis and Renewables
China’s economic boom has been fuelled by its favourable demographics, population and age profile. As this advantage disappears, might China struggle to adapt? Continue reading China’s Demographic Miracle – and Impending Decline?
Doughnut Economics suggests that economic priorities need to be re-focused on living within the natural boundaries of our planet. This article explores if this is possible and how it can be done. Continue reading ‘Doughnut Economics’: Can we meet the needs of all within the means of the planet?
Slopes need to properly managed to avoid hazards and damage to infrastructure, property and agriculture. However, the human impact on slopes appears to be a negative one. Continue reading The Human Impact on Slopes
Dartmoor’s landscape has been shaped by processes from deep within the earth and by those on the surface. Continue reading Dartmoor’s Processes and Landscape
James Dunne recalls his biodiversity expedition in Croatia. Continue reading Biodiversity Expedition across Croatia
Alaistair Campbell explains how changes to transport could be key to achieving climate goals. Continue reading Global Influence of Transport
Zachary Grassby assesses the success of Trump’s much-touted wall on the US-Mexico border. Continue reading Trump’s Mexican Border Wall