The Coronavirus has forced cities and countries around the world to go into lockdown in order to protect their populations from the respiratory virus that has killed almost 300,000 people around the world - likely many more. Even as case numbers begin to come down almost everywhere but the USA, protection from a second-wave of … Continue reading 4 Problems Exposed by the Coronavirus
Have you ever looked at pictures of a city skyline and noticed a haze blurring or shrouding the view? Unless it's a naturally foggy day there's a very good chance that that's air pollution. When we're in cities it isn't always something we can see but, in just about every city around the world, it's … Continue reading Why are we still Struggling with Air Pollution?
Today is World Environment Day! It's a day to celebrate the incredible natural environment we have and what we can do to improve it. This year's theme is Air Pollution. Around the world hundreds of thousands of lives are affected by air pollution and with a growing population it could still get worse! There are … Continue reading World Environment Day
I never thought I'd be writing about this, but a friend of my parents, who does work within the oil industry, was adamant that electric cars had a larger carbon footprint than diesel cars. To me, the thought of that is crazy. Electric cars are the future of road travel and soon everyone will be … Continue reading Disproving the Myth: Electric Cars vs Diesel Cars
Bike Week in Queensland has got off to a great start with a journalist writing an opinion piece for the Courier Mail - Queensland's most popular source of news - calling cyclists 'a menace to society'. The barrage of abuse towards road users choosing two wheels instead of four continues on with more insults like … Continue reading Cyclists: Are they really a Menace to Society?