The Hot Topic: The Great Australian Bushfires and Climate Change
Australia's bushfires have always been a part of Australia’s ecology, yet the 2019-2020 bushfires have been the worst in living memory.
The Hot Topic: Resolutions to make your New Year more sustainable
Here are some resolutions for sustainability that you could take that will not require that much effort, but will still add up to something significant at the end of the year.
The Hot Topic: Roundup: How did the world react to climate change in 2019?
Let’s have a look at what happened in 2019 in terms of climate change.
How to get behaviour change, not climate change
To talk about climate change with our friends and family, in different times and places, and talk in a positive not patronizing way, is the best thing we all can do at the moment, over the holidays.
The Hot Topic: It’s time to start demanding smart solutions to battle the climate crisis
While the term ‘smart cities’ has been thrown around frequently, not everybody knows what it entails, much less if it’s actually being implemented.
The Hot Topic: COP25 Begins This Week. How does India fare?
Starting Monday, December 2, the COP25, UN’s climate conference, takes place in Madrid, Spain as countries across the world gather to tackle the climate crisis. The COP (Conference of Parties) is a yearly conference that brings together policy and decision makers and scientific and environmental experts.
The Hot Topic: Learning to Love your Clothes: A Step Towards Sustainability
Learning to love your clothes is the greatest solution to fast fashion destroying the environment.
The Hot Topic: The best kind of straw is the one you don’t use at all
Asking for a plastic straw in your drink, or not refusing one, is fast becoming a matter of shame, a taboo in social circles: it’s perceived to be one of the most obvious distinctions between a sensitive and aware person, and an unaware one.
The Hot Topic: US opts out of Paris Agreement
The US just quit the most ambitious climate agreement ever crafted. What does it mean for us?