Breaking Records Down Under

The end of 2018 and start of 2019 saw some of the most extreme temperatures ever recorded in Australia with many high-temperature records being smashed. Many areas in the eastern states were tackling drought whilst the island of Tasmania was tackling huge forest fires. Even the tennis stars at the Australian Open had to deal … Continue reading Breaking Records Down Under

The Nerve of the UK Fossil Fuel Industry

Last week it was revealed that the chief executive of fracking giant Cuadrilla penned a letter to UK MPs calling on them to relax regulations on the strength of earthquakes that are allowed during the fracking process. Despite heavy opposition from locals and environmental activists, Cuadrilla was given a licence to begin drilling at their … Continue reading The Nerve of the UK Fossil Fuel Industry

What the US Midterms Mean for Climate Change

Yesterday saw one of the most important America midterm elections in recent history. The results saw Donald Trump and the Republicans add to their advantage in the Senate by flipping three democratic seats in favourable States won by the President back in 2016. However, they did concede control of the House with a number of … Continue reading What the US Midterms Mean for Climate Change

There’s Still No Urgency to Tackle Climate Change…

The release of the IPCC special report just a few days ago has highlighted the disaster we find ourselves barreling towards. The IPCC report found that 1.5℃ of warming above pre-industrial levels could have catastrophic consequences for millions around the world, and without urgent action, we could reach that milestone in just 12 years. In … Continue reading There’s Still No Urgency to Tackle Climate Change…