• Climate change and COVID-19

    SustainNET members Prof Geoff Beattie and Dr Laura McGuire have recently published a short article in The Conversation entitled ‘Coronavirus shows how to get people to act on climate change – here’s the psychology’. Read the article in The Conversation: https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-shows-how-to-get-people-to-act-on-climate-change-heres-the-psychology-143300.

  • Historic Opportunity to Create a More Sustainable East Asia

    In this short article published in the East Asia Forum on 4th June 2020, Prof Christopher Dent discusses how a post-Coronavirus recovery provides an historic opportunity to put East Asia – the most carbon-intensive region on the planet – on a more sustainable path of economic and social development. Read the article: www.eastasiaforum.org/2020/06/04/historic-opportunity-to-create-a-more-sustainable-east-asia

  • World Environment Day

    Academics at Edge Hill University are highlighting the effect of Covid-19 on the natural rather than human world to mark World Environment Day. The fallout of the global pandemic for the human race has been well-documented but on World Environment Day, Friday 5th June, it is important to remember the outcomes for the natural world…