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Charlotte Beardwell

The disproportionate impacts of the climate crisis on black people

Recently, the news and social media have reignited with fury in response to the ongoing prevalence of racism, police brutality and the murders of innocent black people wherein justice is not being served. I’ve found the news heart-breaking, as I’m sure many of you have too. It’s triggered self-reflection, conversations with my family and friends …

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Water: the tide is turning with the climate crisis

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It is easy to think we have an accessible and unlimited abundance of water when you live in a country where supermarkets stock endless bottles of it, your taps run water freely both day and night, and water scarcity is rarely mentioned in the mainstream news. However, the Earth’s available water supply is depleting, and …

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Veganuary: paving the way for a more sustainable future?

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What is Veganuary?As we begin a new year many people around the world partake in the tradition of making new year’s resolutions; things they wish to change, challenges they want to undertake and personal goals to strive to achieve. For several years now there have been many January ‘trends’, with the most popular being termed …

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GE 2019: Our last chance to stop climate change?

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The upcoming General Election on the 12th December is a time of anticipation for many, with significant discussion in the media regarding newly updated manifestos and publicised debates between parties. Some of the most serious and topical issues are frequently flagged up; including our National Health Service, our immigration policy, and now, the Environment. The …

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