climate change

Part I Flight Free Travel: an interview with Rosie Watson

On 17th August 2019, Rosie Watson set off on a journey from the Lake District to Mongolia. Instead of taking the nine-hour flight, she decided – inspired by a lifelong passion for running and the environment and having pledged to commit to #flightfree2020 – to run the 12,000km distance. Having made it as far as […]

Ghosts, ghouls, and greenhouse gases

If we pause for a moment and take a step away from the decorations, the carved pumpkins, and the excitement, to glance back into the shadows, we find ourselves face to face with the nightmarish eyes of a rapidly-growing monster. A monster which is harrowingly concrete and tactile: our own climate crisis.