Society Articles

Laurie Dalton03/01/20213227 min read

2020 in Review – A Year of ecoLogicc

Here are some of our favourite quotes from 2020 in order to review and celebrate both the new year and our little social media milestone.
Laurie Dalton22/12/20203215 min read

5 Ways to Gift Consciously this Christmas (and anytime after)

With Christmas right around the corner, we have collaborated with the Canadian climate girl Karishma to show you how to gift more consciously now and forever!
James Heyward08/12/20204097 min read

Will the COVID-19 Pandemic End the Populist Movement?

Populism is currently on the retreat across much of the world as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. But will this be permanent? Has the pandemic exposed an alternative type of leadership that is more suitable to responding to future crises such as Climate Change?
Laurie Dalton03/12/20204666 min read

Awesome sustainable fashion brands to become an eco-Christmas expert 2021

In time for the festive period, we have collaborated with eco-conscious lifestyle influencer sustainablesistaa to give sustainable fashion ideas for Christmas.
James Heyward27/11/20204777 min read

Indigenous Knowledge and the Diversification of Climate Change Research

Indigenous groups are often marginalized within Climate Change discourse yet they offer unique ways of adaptation. How can we incorporate indigenous knowledge into research and help amplify the voices of the unheard?
Laurie Dalton24/11/20203004 min read

US climate policy: Historical new cabinet role for climate

A historical new role for John Kerry in Joe Biden’s cabinet places climate change front and centre for US climate policy.
Laurie Dalton16/11/20204376 min read

Black Friday 2020 will be environmentally damaging – Here’s how to reduce your impact

While Black Friday allows us to get gifts that were otherwise unaffordable, the explosion in emissions is harming our planet. So how can you curb your Black Friday emissions?
Marc Shellard14/11/20205068 min read

Humanity and Nature: What happens when we take ourselves out of the equation

Recently framed as the “Anthropause”, the pandemic has presented scientists with an opportunity to investigate the impact humans have on nature. So, how significant is our influence?