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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 13:36

The World We Made

The concept of Jonathon Porritt's new book The World We Made is brilliantly simple. Taking the viewpoint of a fictional woman writing in 2050, Alex McKay, it charts how world events and progress from 2014 leads to a new, much more sustainable status quo

Published in Book Reviews
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:18

The World We Made

The concept of Jonathon Porritt's new book The World We Made is brilliantly simple. Taking the viewpoint of a fictional woman writing in 2050, Alex McKay, it charts how world events and progress from 2014 leads to a new, much more sustainable status quo

Published in Latest books
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 10:30

Worldwide Water Crisis Looms

The summer of 2012 has been one of the hottest years on record and nothing beats the heat better than an icy cold glass of water. Someday soon, however, this simple pleasure may be harder to come by. Intense sun and sparse rainfall is causing a massive drought across the United States. The unprecedented heat wave is affecting fresh water supplies

Published in Nature
Friday, 29 June 2012 14:47

8 ways to conserve water

It's no exaggeration to say we are in the midst of a global water shortage. Here in the UK we felt some of the effects with the recent hosepipe ban but in reality this is just the tip of the iceberg. We may take water for granted here in rainy Britain but with an ever increasing demand for it - thanks to population growth, industrialisation and urbanisation -we are quickly reaching crisis point. We give you some practical tips on how we as individuals can make an impact on a local level that really will make a difference

Published in Digital content
Thursday, 07 June 2012 11:16

Coral Rekindling Venus

The sense of infinite depth and darkness, the mysterious alien-like organisms and the feeling that this is another world entirely, so very unknown to us. There are many parallels that can be drawn between outer space and under water, and never has this been portrayed more beautifully than by artist Lynette Wallworth in her latest work Coral: Rekindling Venus

Published in Art & Culture
Saturday, 02 June 2012 11:44

Carnival Time! RIO+20

Brazil is bracing itself for the much anticipated World Environment Day (WED) this coming Tuesday 5th June. Preparations have been ongoing for what is set to be one of the greatest celebrations in the events history and UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) are still encouraging people across the globe to get involved. With the theme very aptly chosen as Green Economy: Does it include you?, they have cleverly given global issues a community feel, asking each of us to take a role in the planet's uncertain future

Published in Nature
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 12:06

Our Future In The Making

With recessionary trends set to continue and governments ever deeper in denial about the effects of fossil-fuels, a space is opening up into which artists can join climate scientists to bring beauty, clarity – and a warning

Published in Art & Culture
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 18:45

Climate is Culture

The Cape Farewell project has gone global, with a Foundation now established in Toronto. This takes me far and wide, and onto the frontline of the international cultural shift needed to address human excess. The question I ask is, what do we need to do to protect our habitat, and how could we evolve a way of living that is even more exciting and a lot less destructive than the one we currently practise?

Published in Art & Culture
Sunday, 01 May 2011 13:00

Planet 2012

After the Olympic Games, what will happen to the site, located in one of the UK’s most deprived areas? Sublime spoke to Eleanor Fawcett, the Head of Design for Olympic Legacy at Design for London

 

Published in Architecture
Sunday, 01 May 2011 13:00

Incredible Me

At times, it’s hard to imagine how any of us could make a dent in the vast issues that loom up before us – climate change, the recession, energy prices. But groups of people are working together to produce some astounding results

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