Tag: emissions

Travel

7 ways to make travel more ethical

By now most people are aware of the myriad of ethical issues involved in anything we do, not least travelling, but how can we help this? What can we do to make travelling better for people and the planet? There’s a common misconception that being ethical is expensive, but I strongly believe this is mostly…

Features

Fossil fuels in a modern world

Divestment. What a bloody big word. I’m sure that most of you are as familiar as I was with the term up until about a week ago when plans were made to feature it in our section here at Concrete. Although, the whole, albeit terrifyingly dull, term ‘fossil fuel divestment’ couldn’t be more relevant to…

Science

China and US agree to cut carbon

A historic agreement has been reached between China and America, the two most polluting countries in the world. With China emitting a jaw dropping 9860 mega tonnes of carbon dioxide in 2012 and America following with 5190 mega tonnes, this deal is a milestone in a long journey for a low-carbon world. However, the amazing…

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