So we all remembered the Snowy Day…we all had fun and missed school! While we were having fun in our garden by throwing snow balls and making snowman, there were people affected by the snow as well! Continue reading →
It looks like science doesn’t have all the answers, but whoever said it did?
Since the release of private emails between climate scientists at the University of East Anglia, the climate change sceptics have been enjoying a renaissance. Apocalypse-predicting moralists have been covering up inconvenient findings and now the empirical basis of their research, and of the arguments for climate change, have been undermined. Continue reading →
Another month has passed by swiftly and here I sit to write my monthly post; albeit very late on account I’ve just got over having the mother of all flu’s. 2010 seems to have begun exactly people expected it yet people were surprised it was how they expected it! Continue reading →
Currently, one of the campaigns we, as an organisation are working on is Go Green. Many up and down the country are going further and investing in the transition movement in their own education institutions – Going Greener. Is your university, school or college resisting the challenge of going greener? Continue reading →
Between the 1st & 7th March students from across the UK and US are taking action against sweatshops as part of the International Week of Student Action Against Sweatshops.
Students at University College London are planning to host a Global Supply Chain exhibition to lay bare the exploitation within the supply chains of two different product categories. Continue reading →
Apologies for the barren desert that has been my blog for the last month or so! Who knew a degree would actually take up most of your time?
This weekend I abandoned ship and took the train and bus home to Wales to try and recover from the month of hell that was coursework, mooting, work and everything law-related. The stability of my surroundings really made me think about what it is I am trying to achieve in this world, and it’s not just me who’s on the reflective path right now. Continue reading →
As January leaves us, it hopefully takes with it the snow, and therefore the ensuing disruption, it brought with it. Every year, as the Christmas season approaches, people start stating desires for it to snow on or around Christmas day; yet if it snows any time apart from late December, society seems to start to panic slightly. Unless you live in a house akin to a nuclear bunker, you will have seen the effects of the snow, whether it was by having time off College or slipping and falling on your face. Continue reading →
I think it is safe to say that virtually everyone is aware of the importance of buying local produce and therefore reducing food miles. This is especially important when it concerns food that we can grow ourseleves at home, such as lettuce. This is why WFYSD (Welsh Youth for Sustainable Development) is starting a campaign called; Ledge Veg. Continue reading →
Last Sunday (the 31st)9pm GMT, 4pm Washington DC and 1pm in LA. 25 Students from all over North America and from the United Kingdom, came together to plan an international day of action to raise awareness and pressure more universities into signing up to the WRC.