WWF’s Earth Hour is an annual global event where people switch off their lights for one hour to show they care about the future of our planet. It's the world's largest stance towards climate change and this year it celebrates its 10th year of impact. This year it falls on Saturday 25th March. However one … Continue reading “But what good is switching off our lights for an hour?”
On January 21st 2017 people of all genders, races and ages joined in the "Women's March on Washington". Its primary purpose was to highlight the sexist remarks made by Donald Trump and to oppose his potential plan of abolishing abortion, issues fundamentally concerning women, and was therefore named "The Women's March". However, this sparked many … Continue reading Why the “Women’s March on Washington” will make history.
Harambe's grandmother Josephine put to death at Miami zoo No grandmother should ever see the death of a grandchild. Sadly, this was the case for Josephine the gorilla who saw the death of her grandson Harambe last year. Josephine has lived a long and eventful life. She was born in the wild in 1967. She arrived … Continue reading Josephine put to death.
Rated A Level of the Year by "The Guardian", Geography A Level is a complete essential. It is one of the most diverse subjects around as we learn about everything from the lithology of coastlines to Glocalisation with "The McSpicy Paneer" burger introduced in India. Both employers and top universities love Geography as you learn many … Continue reading Geography, it will rock your world!