Tasmin Fatodu | Student Writer The International Renewable Energy Agency predicts this year’s annual emissions will reduce between 6 – 8% as a result of the pandemic. As many people all over the world worked from home and vast amounts of vehicles came off the road, it has made many people wonder: could COVID-19 highlight the necessary change needed to save the planet? Back in … Continue reading COVID-19 and Global Warming: A time for change or the end as we know it?
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Film Editor |Graciela Mae Chico October 24 marks ‘United Nations Day’. Part of ‘United Nations Week’, which runs from October 20 to 26, it is the anniversary of the organisation’s establishment; the day has been celebrated since 1948 but was only recommended as a public holiday (for Member States) by the United Nations General Assembly in 1971. But more importantly, the day highlights the achievements … Continue reading United Nations Day: The Importance of the Spirit of Unity in the Midst of Universal Adversity