Communicating Climate Change through Photography: Interview with Sean Gallagher

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Aerial view of burning land near the Phnom Tnout Phnom Pok Wildlife Sanctuary, in Songkom Thmey District, Preah Vihear Province, northern Cambodia. During the dry season between January to March, hundreds of fires continually rage across the country. Land is burnt by farmers, loggers and local people looking to either capture wildlife or clear land […]

Can Technology Stop The Effects of Climate Change?

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  Introduction: Climate change has been a growing concern of many individuals around the globe. The following technologies could serve as potential solutions to the world’s increasing temperatures.   Biorock:  From bracelets to earrings one of the most diverse sea habitats lies at the heart of your very own brooch. Although this sea mineral is commonly […]

COVID-19 and Climate Change

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  COVID-19 and Climate Change: Can the Lockdown Lifestyle Help the Environment? With the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, declared on March 11, 2020, several nations around the globe have encouraged citizens to stay at home and practice social distancing. During the lockdown period, studies and satellite images have shown that carbon emissions have dropped […]

50 Years of Earth Day

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Introduction 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day strike. It is the world’s largest secular event, and over 1 billion people are thought to have participated in the event in 2019.[1] Here at YSJ, we will be marking the occasion through interviews with climate scientists and activists, as well as a series […]