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A Bloody Huge Problem: The Environmental Impact of Period Products

A Bloody Huge Problem: The Environmental Impact of Period Products

Posted on 19 October 2021 by Bethany Francis

What Is The Issue? On average, a single menstruator, with access to period products, will use between 5-15 thousand pads and or tampons during their 40 years of menstruation. This […]

EJRU News: Student Conference, Trips to New York and Jane Bennett Visit Scheduled

EJRU News: Student Conference, Trips to New York and Jane Bennett Visit Scheduled

Posted on 12 April 2019 by Hannah Hughes

With the Easter holiday approaching it seems like a good time to reflect on and celebrate some of the EJRU research activities and events, particularly the students’ contribution to these […]

NO MOM, I DON’T NEED A DRIVING LICENSE

NO MOM, I DON’T NEED A DRIVING LICENSE

Posted on 11 March 2019 by mullerm@cardiff.ac.uk

Why the car system is environmentally destructive and how we can foster sustainable mobility Climate change is the greatest challenge of our century, and mobility is an essential feature of […]

The Hardest Pill to Swallow: The Impact of Drugs on the Environment

Posted on 7 March 2019 by Ellie Griffin

Yuko Shimizu Drugs, both illicit and legal, are an unspoken and largely unreported contributor to environmental degradation. They affect the environment in a magnitude of ways, many of which have […]

Buzzkill: The Case of Colony Collapse Disorder

Buzzkill: The Case of Colony Collapse Disorder

Posted on 29 January 2019 by Charlotte Gehrke

Telling the Bees In the nineteenth century, it was believed that if a household caring for a bee colony failed to tap their key on the hive and tell the […]

EJRU News: New colleagues, Cardiff’s Environmental Law Foundation, COP 24, Student blogging and Events

EJRU News: New colleagues, Cardiff’s Environmental Law Foundation, COP 24, Student blogging and Events

Posted on 28 January 2019 by Hannah Hughes

Welcoming new colleagues With marking finished, the good begins to come into focus, and what could be better than getting new colleagues with a shared interest in environmental politics. Dot […]

Ocean Acidification: Climate Change’s Evil Twin

Ocean Acidification: Climate Change’s Evil Twin

Posted on 20 July 2018 by roxane.hubert@gmail.com

GEP Student Blog “We are all aware of climate change, but we need to talk more about ocean change, and the effects of acidification” Peter Thomspon, UN Ambassador for the […]

Help! I can’t afford to be eco-friendly!

Help! I can’t afford to be eco-friendly!

Posted on 19 June 2018 by Natali Zhivkova

GEP Student Blog: How does plastic pollution affect our planet and why do people keep buying single-use plastics? Plastic: The Good, the Bad and the Questionable Plastic may be one […]

GEP Student Blogging

GEP Student Blogging

Posted on 18 June 2018 by Hannah Hughes

Global Environmental Politics is a third year Politics and International Relations module. One of the student assignments for this course is a blog, where I ask students to blog on […]

Cardiff Law Students Reflect on Bee-Harming Pesticides

Cardiff Law Students Reflect on Bee-Harming Pesticides

Posted on 15 January 2018 by Elen Stokes

By Hannah Choong, Louise Formisano, Timothy Gong, Haylea Marriott and Marina Soares Ingles This blog post is written by a group of undergraduate Law students currently studying Environmental Law & […]