Friday, January 28, 2022
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Tag: sustainability

Opinion: COVID-19 shows a missed opportunity to tackle the climate crisis

"The public has immense power. We fuel the consumerist society we live in, we create the demand for products which destroy the planet."

Food waste apps: small difference or meaningful change?

64% of all food waste actually occurs during harvest

Rethinking Chocolate

When did you last eat chocolate? If you’re anything like the average Brit, your answer will likely fall within the last 48 hours. But...

Photo Editorial: Inheritance

"Sentimental value": it's an emotional attachment that can be hard to put your finger on, an intimate sense of connection which runs more deeply...

The 2020 Oscars: Fashion with a Voice

The 2020 Oscars was a night in which history was made, with Parasite being the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture, and the animated short...

Jean Paul Gaultier and a New Vision for Fashion

Last Thursday at the Théâtre du Châtalet in Paris, the fashion world came together to celebrate the career of iconic French designer Jean Paul...

And a merry christmess

It is hardly a ground-breaking revelation that Christmas is an extremely wasteful enterprise. However, due to my mum’s insistent anti-palm oil venture, this year's would be a truly green Christmas, whatever that means.

Tis the Season to be Sustainable

Tara Mewawalla provides some tips on how to have a 'Green Christmas' this year.
woman in vintage clothes shop

Stopping the fast fashion juggernaut

A sceptical look at sustainability in the fashion industry

Students protest at Oxford Sustainability Awards

The students rose from their seats to display a sign that read “Still investing in fossil fuels??” as Vice-Chancellor Louise Richardson opened the event at the Sheldonian Theatre.