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The only way forward is to reject coal, says Marco Magrini; the idea of clean coal is a dangerous myth
A proposed development at Toondah Harbour, in the Moreton Bay area of Queensland, would devastate crucial feeding and roosting habitat for birds, argues Melody Kemp
Richard Scrase is the founder of Zero Carbon Productions, a media organisation that makes films explaining routes to zero carbon. He is involved with a project to plant seagrass in UK waters
Many of the crises we are currently experiencing trace their routes back to climate change says Marco Magrini
The Covid-19 pandemic has profoundly shocked energy markets, but it’s only the start of the revolution we need, says Marco Magrini
Graham Loomes, professor of behavioural science at Warwick Business School shares his views on the easing of lockdown in the UK
Dr Frances Darlington Pollock, a lecturer in population geography at the University of Liverpool, shares her thoughts about the opportunities facing new geography undergraduates despite these disruptive times
Dr Sabine Christiansen and Dr Sebastian Unger are senior research associates at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies
A letter to the World Health Organisation sent at the end of February, signed by almost 250 environmental organisations, points to a solution to prevent future coronavirus outbreaks – a massive crackdown on wildlife trade markets worldwide. But will banks, insurers…
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent shifts in working practices have undoubtedly led to less pollution in major cities, but what would the long-term impact of such a shift be? Doug Specht, from the University of Westminster, discusses...
Mary Martin, a senior policy fellow at the London School of Economics, looks at the COVID-19 pandemic through the lens of corporate social responsibility
A message for A-Level geographers from Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder professor of geography at the University of Oxford
Helen Sharman CMG OBE, the first British astronaut and now fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) reflects on her experience of isolation and shares some thoughts for those of us stuck at home
The current pandemic reveals the fundamental connection between us all, says Sian Sutherland
‘Regeneration’ more often than not means ‘gentrification’, says Jade MacRury
It is imperative that governments support the farming and agriculture sectors with whatever means necessary to ensure global food security
The effects of climate change are disproportionately unforgiving, with those most affected being the poorest who live in remote areas
By revaluing food we can revalue nature to build more liveable, resilient societies 

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