The truth about the climate crisis rarely reaches outside a certain cohort of people and often you have to seek this truth for yourself.
The breakdown of our planet is the farthest thing from fair, targeting those most vulnerable in our society rather than the actual culprits causing the earth’s devastation. STAND’s Student Festival hosted a panel discussion targeting this exact issue on November 7th on TUD’s campus.
There’s been an increase in people speaking out about the effects of plane travel on the environment, while many are also claiming that other forms of transport are inaccessible. Who is right?
The G7 Fashion Pact to reduce environmental damage has been signed by many of the world’s biggest brands – but will it actually solve the problem?
As the EU signs a trade agreement in principle with the South American trade bloc Mercosur, environmental advocates in Europe, especially in the agricultural sectors, oppose the deal.
“It’s not about a small amount of people being perfect, it’s about a huge amount of people making incremental changes.” The Slow Fashion Panel Discussion and Upcycling Masterclass in TCD was a roaring success.
The last few weeks have seen an explosion in activity on the Irish climate activist movement. STAND News sat down with Maeve O’Gorman, an activist from Not Here Not Anywhere (NHNA) to get her take on the current challenges activists are fighting for.
Monday 7th of October saw environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion begin Rebellion Week 2 – a series of blockades and demonstrations in cities around the world, including in Dublin, to spur governments into action to tackle the climate crisis.
The effects of climate change are not limited to the natural world. Human beings are impacted by the natural changes in their environment and climate. Policies have a key-role to play as climate change also causes negative economic impacts to increase.
Even though electric cars arrived on the public scene first, they were unworthy competitors to the fuel powered vehicle. Now, electric cars are taking centre-stage again.