Pollution

The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

The Dark Side of Your Fish Dish

Posted on 1st December 2020

Over 500 North Korean fishing boats have been found washed up on the shores of Japan, often containing dead fisherman, over the last 5 years. These washed up vessels have been labelled “Ghost Boats”. The dead bodies aboard these ships were often decomposed beyond recognition, but it was expected that they died of starvation, hypothermia or dehydration. North Korean fishing vessels are relatively small. With a distance of 600 miles (965km) between North Korea and Japan, it raises the question of why these fishermen would risk travelling so far from their own shores.

Read More

Hello? This is the environment calling…

Hello? This is the environment calling…

Posted on 28th August 2020

Yes. This is the environment calling. I understand that you have faced a surreal period in your life being locked down due to this Covid-19 pandemic?

Read More

When the Arctic Ran Red

When the Arctic Ran Red

Posted on 16th June 2020

Tags:

The Ambarnaya river is located in the heart of Russia and flows in a northerly direction into Lake Pyasino. A study in 1999 on Russian Economic Development found that the river was so badly polluted by the mining industry that fishing was no longer possible.

Read More

The Cost of Being 6ft Under

The Cost of Being 6ft Under

Posted on 12th February 2020

Every day, we are encouraged to take action against climate change. No matter where you go for your daily instalment of news and information, whether its a website, television or social media, you can guarantee that you will come across at least one story that highlights the impact we are all having on the environment and the importance of change.

Read More

Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum doesn’t compare to the 21st Century - Understanding our effect on the climate

Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum doesn’t compare to the 21st Century - Understanding our effect on the climate

Posted on 20th January 2020

Humanity is on target to recreate the Earth’s most significant climate change event ever. The amount of carbon released over several thousand years in the Paleocene–Eocene era, we, as a species, will manage to surpass in just a few hundred. This is dangerous.

Read More

Contact Us

|

Web Design by Ballyhoo