There is a lot of information available about climate change and, in creating this newsletter, I didn’t want to just add to that.
My aim is to get important information, in a concise way, to people’s inboxes. My newsletter offers lots of further ways to engage and learn more about the crisis; strives to always maintain hope; and covers issues of both global and local scales.
In terms of tone and content, I have tried to strike a happy medium between the technical and the legible, so whether you’re the kind of person who avoids complicated stats or who indulges in them, there’s something for you. I hope it will start conversations and provoke discussions amongst friends and family about climate. There is also a list of resources providing more information about where to get science news, NGOs preserving biodiversity, activist groups. and more.
I’m grateful to Sustainability Soc for helping me set this up and Dr Clayton for his encouragements.
20th June 2023
On Wednesday 14 June, a group of Year 12 geographers from the College traveled to Herefordshire and the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park to undertake residential fieldwork.
19th June 2023
Winchester College CCF had its Biannual Inspection on 14 June and were honored to welcome Major General Bruce as inspecting officer.
9th June 2023
Dr Cullerne, Head of Faith Circles, delivered last Friday's address in Chapel inspired by a talk in Faith Circels given by a pupil, entitled 'Blind Faith'.
22nd May 2023
A mock General Election was held at the College as part of the Widening Perspectives society's aim to expose pupils to a wide range of views and opinions.
7th May 2023
The results in for the College's two most prestigious writing competitions.
1st May 2023
The Drew Travel Art scholarships returned in 2023 with independent study trips to Madrid, Dubai, Athens and Berlin. The resulting work is on display in the Angelus Gallery this May.