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The Public Emergency of Climate Denial

Eammon Gumley

Environment Activists Protest

The Importance of Diversity within the Climate Movement

Matthew Beale

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The Nile Basin's Most Valuable Commodity

Olivier Morland

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Climate Change is a Mental Health Issue

Lauren Simkin

Data Cloud

The Impact of Cloud Computing Really Is in the Skies

Elena Pavere

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How Architectural Norms

Need to Change

Jemma Jamin

CLIMATE EDITION

Spring 2020

 
Rachel Taylor

Rachel Taylor

Typically, under the Rayleigh effect, blue light scatters to make the sky look blue. Wildfires fill the sky with larger ash particles that allowed the red light to scatter the blue, painting a hellish landscape. Taken in Cobargo, New South Wales.

Rachel Taylor

Rachel Taylor

Typically, under the Rayleigh effect, blue light scatters to make the sky look blue. Wildfires fill the sky with larger ash particles that allowed the red light to scatter the blue, painting a hellish landscape. Taken in Cobargo, New South Wales.

Rachel Taylor

Rachel Taylor

Typically, under the Rayleigh effect, blue light scatters to make the sky look blue. Wildfires fill the sky with larger ash particles that allowed the red light to scatter the blue, painting a hellish landscape. Taken in Cobargo, New South Wales.

Rachel Taylor

Rachel Taylor

Typically, under the Rayleigh effect, blue light scatters to make the sky look blue. Wildfires fill the sky with larger ash particles that allowed the red light to scatter the blue, painting a hellish landscape. Taken in Cobargo, New South Wales.

Rachel Taylor

Rachel Taylor

Typically, under the Rayleigh effect, blue light scatters to make the sky look blue. Wildfires fill the sky with larger ash particles that allowed the red light to scatter the blue, painting a hellish landscape. Taken in Cobargo, New South Wales.

Gemma Baker

Gemma Baker

New South Wales fires burned the equivalent of over 10 million football pitches worth of land this bushfire season. Taken in Nowra, New South Wales.

Gemma Baker

Gemma Baker

New South Wales fires burned the equivalent of over 10 million football pitches worth of land this bushfire season. Taken in Nowra, New South Wales.

Gemma Baker

Gemma Baker

New South Wales fires burned the equivalent of over 10 million football pitches worth of land this bushfire season. Taken in Nowra, New South Wales.

Gemma Baker

Gemma Baker

New South Wales fires burned the equivalent of over 10 million football pitches worth of land this bushfire season. Taken in Nowra, New South Wales.

Gemma Baker

Gemma Baker

New South Wales fires burned the equivalent of over 10 million football pitches worth of land this bushfire season. Taken in Nowra, New South Wales.

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SLEEP HYGIENE

SLEEP HYGIENE

What Screens, Solitude and Sleep Mean for Sickness Caitlin Smyth Lack of good quality sleep can have an enormously detrimental effect on almost all our bodily systems. While you might think that the biggest detriment of staying up that extra hour to watch TikTok videos is feeling slightly groggy the next day, it may actually be leaving you susceptible to an infection you have not even been exposed to yet...

PUBLISH OR PERISH

PUBLISH OR PERISH

The Legitimacy Crisis of Scientific Research Franziska Miriam Globisch The ‘replication crisis’ in the scientific method is not an exception. Incongruences are not, as we like to tell ourselves, the result of bad apples. Headlines deliberately misconstrue science, and investing companies have more and more of a say in how the research is designed, conducted, analysed and published...

BAD INFLUENCE

BAD INFLUENCE

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A MARVEL-LOUS MILITARY

A MARVEL-LOUS MILITARY

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BY THE PEOPLE

BY THE PEOPLE

The Political Power of Social Media Marina Aspinall The last decade saw social media being harnessed by activists to spread their message, raise awareness and create networks that could ultimately coordinate huge numbers onto the streets. This has been on an unprecedented international scale. But we can’t be too quick to praise the positive power of social media. There is a dark side to these platforms that is becoming increasingly apparent as their position in society strengthens...

ABORTION

ABORTION

The Human Right Still up for Debate Georgia Lea Abortion is, for many people, an impossible thing to reconcile morally. For others there is an appreciable grey area. There are still places in Europe where abortion is highly restricted. Almost every abortion death and disability could be prevented through sexuality education, use of effective contraception, provision of safe, legal induced abortion, and timely care for complications. It can also bring is increased understanding and insight...