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Photo of Jakarta
by Sarah Bird  |  26th April 2021

Sarah Bird, Managing Editor, introduces the new Global Social Challenges Journal, a new, interdisciplinary, non-profit, open access journal, with a mission to question, explore and navigate our way through the social aspects of the challenges that face us.…Read more

Fake grass
by Paul Graham Raven  |  16th February 2021

Paul Graham Raven reflects on the role of the Museum of Carbon Ruins, a speculative exhibition looking back on the present from a 2053 future in which we solved climate change. …Read more

Sunlight in a forest
by Anna Wienhues  |  6th October 2020

Anna Wienhues, author of 'Ecological Justice and the Extinction Crisis' explains ecological justice, and asks, why does it matter today?…Read more

Street lined with plants
by Michael Chang and Amy Outterside  |  4th September 2020

Michael Chang and Amy Outterside discuss positive health and wellbeing habits in light of the pandemic and how we can translate these habits into the built environment.…Read more

Art saying 'Better days are coming, hang in there'
by Martin Parker  |  12th August 2020

Martin Parker, editor of 'Life After COVID-19', explores the need to preserve something good from the COVID-19 pandemic and the opportunity it has given us to change aspects of our lives that will be essential when dealing with the climate crisis.…Read more

Black and white playing cards
by John Morrissey  |  19th June 2020

John Morrissey, Associate Director of the Moore Institute for Humanities at the National University of Ireland, Galway, explores the flimsy construction of neoliberalism and argues that now is the time to take stock of what an economy is actually for.…Read more

Street art saying 'Save our earth'
by Rebecca Tomlinson  |  21st April 2020

Rebecca Tomlinson, Commissioning Editor for Criminology at Bristol University Press, highlights key titles that contribute to the research on the environment and green criminology.…Read more

Photo of Cape Town

On the publication of 'Comparative Urban Research from Theory to Practice: Co-Production for Sustainability', lead editor David Simon reflects on the value of ‘deep’ forms of participation in addressing urban sustainability and the innovative approach taken by Mistra Urban Futures based in Gothenburg, Sweden.…Read more

Sign saying 'One world'
by Rebecca Willis  |  25th March 2020

Rebecca Willis is the author of 'Too Hot to Handle? The Democratic Challenge of Climate Change' - out today. Here she explains that, despite these uncertain times, we should have faith in people to understand, accept and play their part in responding to crises, both immediate, acute health threats like COVID-19, and the slow-burn of the climate crisis.…Read more

Sign saying 'Keep it in the ground'

Rebecca Willis, author of Too Hot to Handle? The Democratic Challenge of Climate Change, out this month, identifies five things every government needs to do to tackle the climate emergency.…Read more