Youth Climate Leaders tackle the climate crisis and structural unemployment together! Read on to hear their story.
This article investigates the role of technology in meeting the climate goals set out in the Paris Agreement.
This article introduces the Financial Mechanism established in the UNFCCC treaty, which aims to establish instruments and channels for developed country Parties to assist developing country Parties to be able to mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis.
This article examines the definition of nuclear fission, and the advantages and disadvantages of it as an energy production process.
In this review, former student Jarmo discusses his experience studying for an interdisciplinary master’s degree in climate change at University College London. He explains the course’s structure, makes recommendations for potential applications, and discusses what life is like as a student in London.
This article outlines the basics about climate change mitigation and current actions of international implementation.
While climate change mitigation is important, so is also adaptation to it. This article describes what adaptation to climate change means and how it is promoted by the Conference of Parties (COP).
This article examines the concept of a 15-minute city, where the design is focused around accessibility rather than mobility. The consequences of such construction reduce pollution, commuting and extortionate travel costs.
Introducing SOS-UK, an NUS educational charity tackling the climate crisis. Read on to find out more about their programmes, goals and upcoming events.
The Conservation Biology MSc offered by the University of Kent is delivered by members of the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE), and provides students with an excellent knowledge base and practical experience relating to a wide range of issues relating to biodiversity, conservation and management.