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Environment

Portsmouth Climate Festival

Climate change affects all of us–in every country and on every continent. Here in Portsmouth we are already witnessing changes… Read more »

The trouble with Aquind

  Rarely, if ever, does an issue unite people of all political persuasions, local and national politicians and residents of… Read more »

Could the UK Help Save the World’s Rainforests?

As the deforestation crisis continues, world tracker the World Counts reveals that in 78 years, rainforests will cease to exist… Read more »

The plight of the bumble (and other) bees…

When we think of bees, we mostly think of Winnie the Pooh’s arch nemesis (and feminist icon) the honeybee, or… Read more »

We’ll soon feel the heat on the Costa Del Solent

Climate change is here and our city will never be the same again. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth are… Read more »

How Small Gestures Can Make Big Environmental Changes

With climate change and the environment on everyone’s minds these days, isn’t it time to start making some lifestyle changes?… Read more »

Watching for Lapwing, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

Lapwing, green plover, peewit, tewit – this bird of many names is a spectacular sight in winter. You don’t always… Read more »

Kerbside glass recycling

Exasperated from seeing glass recycling banks overflowing, Oliver Oakley and his business partner Owen Horsley set up Just Glass last… Read more »

Art + Science

Southsea children’s illustrator and writer Neal Layton, talks about his influences and how his book Poo helped him to develop a… Read more »

Clarion call for plastics revolution

  Adapted article from SOLVE magazine, the University of Portsmouth’s recently-published research magazine. See www.port.ac.uk/solve   REPORT BY BRAD COLLIS… Read more »

Turn a crisis into an opportunity

Over the past few weeks and months, many of us have been enjoying our turquoise seas, clean air, and quieter… Read more »

Southsea Beach Clean

By Jake Hughes If you have ever noticed people scouring Southsea beach with litter pickers, it will probably be Southsea… Read more »

It’s time to go green or at least try to…

Tamara Gingham takes on climate change – one step at a time Now, I’m no eco warrior, I’ve got the… Read more »

Finding a Greener Way

Words: John Worsey It’s been another long, hot summer on the Costa del Portsmouth. And from record breaking temperatures in… Read more »