Society Articles

Chris HazellJun 4, 202072910 min read

Coronavirus and sustainability: Lessons from the global pandemic

As lockdown is being lifted it’s hard to see normality returning. Predictions of a new post coronavirus world are surfacing. It’s looking for sustainability!
Laurie DaltonJun 1, 20203627 min read

Why I ate insects for a week

Have you ever considered alternative diets? See why I took part in a 7-Day Insect challenge and why it turned out to be easier than I originally thought.
Chris HazellMay 28, 202010036 min read

The biggest lesson of sustainability

Studying sustainability at master’s level has changed me. My mind subconsciously thinks green before anything else. But what has led me to this automated way of thinking?
Laurie DaltonMay 25, 20204254 min read


The seismic activities of football highlights one of the reasons for the creation of a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene. See how football can have geological impacts on our Earth.
Chris HazellMay 21, 202035512 min read

How I became carbon neutral: carbon offsetting for the individual

I have successfully become carbon neutral, without changing a thing, all for less than £100. The net carbon emissions of my 24 years living and consuming on this planet are zero, or so I’d like to think.
ecoLogiccMay 18, 202020954 min read

What on Earth is ecoLogicc?

Welcome to ecoLogicc – From culture to climate change, we aim to put the Logic into ecoLogicc bringing you all things sustainability.
Chris HazellMar 30, 202052711 min read

The carbon cost of self-isolation: Internet and the environment

During the Corona Virus pandemic, social restrictions have had an unexpected consequence on carbon emissions. So, how are our new home lives effecting our carbon footprints?
Chris HazellDec 1, 20184747 min read

Lost at sea: Our ocean’s plastics pollution problem

Before today, if you’d have told me that humankind was capable of constructing an entirely new island, double the size of Texas, in the middle of the Pacific, completely out of plastic, I would’ve said you were crazy. But we’ve managed it, completely unintentionally.