The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is back in the spotlight following DC’s new film and the 50th Anniversary of the Six Day War. Traditionally, the words ‘DC Comics’ and ‘controversial debate’ are not ones you hear in the same sentence - outside of Comic Con that is. Yet this week, they have been brought together in … Continue reading Wonder Woman: The Real Conflict
Despite President Trump’s recent announcement about backing out of the Paris Climate Agreement or the subsidies for fossil fuels being higher than those for ‘green energy’, the world and even America are making strides toward adopting renewable energy. By Victoria Womersley The Renewable Energies Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) states that the global … Continue reading Great Strides Toward Renewable Energy Despite Trump’s Withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
In this time of unrest and anxiety, we have complied a list of reactions we believe highlight the greatness in British attitudes. By Molly Newhouse This guy won't let terror run his life! 2. Respect and solidarity is shown to those who lost their lives- flowers are left at the scene. 3. Sadiq Khan, the London … Continue reading Heartening reactions to the London attack: top 5 photos.
At first glance, Riche could only feel indignation at Trump's dismissal of the Paris Climate agreement, but as he delves deeper, he realises that this rebutted anger can be channelled into something positive. Opinion piece by Jean-Pierre Riche. After such a long process over the years to reach an agreement in Paris COP 21, and setting … Continue reading Am I really furious about Mr Trump’s decision to quit the Paris Climate Change Agreement?
After Trump pulled out of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, many have been wondering if all hope is lost? We've complied a list of some main people who have spoken out and shown that climate change cannot be ignored. By Molly Newhouse Here are some condemnations of Trump's decision to pull out: Angela Merkel: said, "We … Continue reading Message from the world: climate change cannot be ignored
According to Thompson Reuters Foundation, last week ex-President Obama said that while politicians can guide climate change policies, it’s the businessmen seeking to cut on energy consumption and waste, or mothers taking action out of concern for the future of their children that can make a real difference. By Victoria Womersley Is Obama right? … Continue reading People Power is the Key to Fighting Climate Change
Emmanuel Macron has been in office as French President for three days. Opinion piece by Amandine Riche. The 7th of May allowed most of us to breathe a collective sigh of relief when Emmanuel Macron triumphed in the French Presidential elections over Marine Le Pen. Macron was inaugurated as the French President only a couple … Continue reading Macron’s Strong Beginning