While most renowned diving companies still sing the praises of the world’s most infamous dive sites, I’ve decided to explore my top five, slightly lesser known dive sites from both research and personal experience to share some of the...
Research carried out by the Global Carbon Project and the University of East Anglia has estimated a 2.7 percent rise in global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2018. Previous global carbon emissions looked relatively stable, with a plateau seen...
Do you ever find yourself stuck for signal? Well, you’re not the only one. Ofcom has reported that many people in the UK are ‘poorly served’ when it comes to connecting to a mobile network. Their study found that...
By now most have heard of the term ‘microbeads’, but what are they and why are they so bad? Originally invented for medical applications, their use has recently been greatly expanded for a somewhat more frivolous purpose, that being...
According to Cancer Research UK, smoking is the largest cause of cancer in Britain. Looking for viable, healthier alternatives to cigarettes is a constant subject of discussion and research. Over recent months, vaping has been on the receiving end of...
Children today are more likely than ever before to develop food allergies. The deaths of two British teenagers who suffered fatal allergic reactions has brought the recent growth of this issue to light. Demographic research suggests that at current...