Misty valley at sunrise

From the Editor, May 2020

Covid-19 and Tourism: The past three months have seen a lot changes, some terrible, others more optimistic. One thing is certain: things should not go back to the way they were.

Bethany charity shop, Edinburgh

Sustainable Fashion: Edinburgh’s Eco-Champions

This guide to sustainable fashion in Edinburgh, and Scotland as a whole, will introduce you to some of amazing organizations working to minimise the great harm caused by the fashion industry.

Iceland road

Inveteracy of the Gender Gap

How far along are we when it comes to closing the gender gap? According to a study conducted by the World Economic Forum, not very.

Clouds in the hills. Climate, Ecology, Unsustainable

From The Editor, August 2019

Three months in, and things are looking grim. Fires in the Arctic and Amazon, worsening of the climate problem, the Fall Armyworm invasion, and more.

Jar spilling coins

Philanthropy for An Equitable Society

A solution to global inequality, one that could likewise foster economic growth, is desperately needed. “Creative Philanthropy” could be the answer.

Parliament

The Virginia creeper will just have to sustain us now

With last night’s defeat in Australia of the Labor Party to the Liberals against all odds, and the best of News Polls, and predictions, this contemplation of the Virginia creeper might just have to sustain us for the near future.

Lily: Acrylic on Canas

Lily

This portrait, translated from an old photograph into a painting by Varla Bishop, shows us an image of happiness in spite of poverty.

Categories Art

Tuberculosis Education in Malawi

Malawi is set to introduce Tuberculosis lessons in its primary schools in a bid to fight this highly-communicable and deadly disease.