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Reawakening Fashion? Micro Trends and the Met Gala

By Lydia Rosevere, Staff Writer With the rise of social media-based aesthetics, ‘cores’, and micro trends, it is easy to get caught up in the culture of overconsumption. The Costume…

US Climate Scepticism

Climate change is a massive issue which affects each and every one of us. In the UK, most people are aware of this, and accept the fact that humans are…

Sussex students join Climate March

On 29 November, campaigners from University of Sussex joined over 50,000 people in The London People’s Climate March, calling for climate change action. Starting at Park Lane, marches took place…

Climate change and ISIS: Prince Charles debunked

Prince Charles’ proposed link between climate change and ISIS has been sharply criticised by Sussex’s Prof. Jan Selby, who told The Badger the evidence backing Charles’ assertion is “close to…

Activists set up climate camp

On Friday 22 April, local climate campaigners occupied the abandoned grounds of St. Anne’s school in Lewes. With the support of 60 campers and numbers peaking to one hundred at…

One Year Left And The Power Isn't At The UN

We’ve got to stop pretending that this is about polar bears or banners that rhyme because at its heart, climate change is about social justice, it’s about people. It’s about…

“Energy security” no excuse for more coal plants, say Sussex researchers

University of Sussex researchers have said that the government must not use “energy security” to justify expanding coal power production.