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At War With Our Oceans.

The Beauty, Fragility, and Demise of the Seven Seas. “Fire, dancing, driving down to the lighthouse and watching the last of the light fade away. The rain had dissipated and opened up a clear sky for the last of the sun’s colours to smother the horizon ahead. I can’t quite remember what made me laughContinue reading “At War With Our Oceans.”

The Story of Oat Milk, A Water Bottle, & The People That Make Our Toilet Paper.

Does Corporate Environmental Responsibility Really Ensure a Green Future? Oat milk, a water bottle, and the people that make our toilet paper. Despite their differences, what they all have in common is a conflict of interests when it comes to corporate environmental responsibility (CER).  In the age of environmental and ecological degradation, fingers are pointedContinue reading “The Story of Oat Milk, A Water Bottle, & The People That Make Our Toilet Paper.”

The Man in The Fish Van: The Story Behind The Morecambe Bay Disaster

Last year I was introduced to the concept of ‘following the thing’. This felt like an obscure term to me, so I took to the internet to only find directionless results to what this term really meant. After some thought and further research, I have scaled back the true meaning of this phrase to aContinue reading “The Man in The Fish Van: The Story Behind The Morecambe Bay Disaster”

Is it Wrong To Travel For Your Own Personal Fulfilment?

The word ‘travelling’ idolises the freedom to move; the ability to experience the unfamiliar, an importance of the journey over the destination and a chance to exhibit these places in a refined and often deluded light. Yet, to travel somewhere does not specify the location, interpretation, or necessity. So, why do I have a preconceivedContinue reading “Is it Wrong To Travel For Your Own Personal Fulfilment?”


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