The psychological distance between the individual and the climate crisis is decreasing. Hillary Mullen discusses the different psychologies around climate change.
While revisiting the ecofeminism approach, Niamh Donnelly discusses the intersectionality of the climate crisis and gender equality.
By Aoife Kiernan The grounding effects of a walk in the forest or by the sea are hard to miss. Many of us instinctively know that spending time in nature is healing, peaceful, a method of recentering ourselves and reorienting our problems in the grand scheme of the world. Nature is a Human Right isContinue reading “Nature is a Human Right”
By Becca Payling When we think of pollution, we think of smog-filled cities, a rusty pipe spewing chemicals into an algae-choked river; perhaps if you’ve watched Blue Planet II- a plastic bag in the ocean. Air, water, and plastic pollution are the three major pollutive threats to animals-, but less of a din is madeContinue reading “In need of a Tuning Fork: healing wildlife against noise pollution”
By Faye Murphy All 193 UN member states signed the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September of 2015. The SDGs aim to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. These goals replaced the previous Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which emphasised helping those in developing countries. The SDGs areContinue reading “UN Sustainable Development Goals Explained”