Is the future Star Trek or Skynet?

Listen to the latest episode of Gaia Says No! Where we discuss technology

Almost 70% of people are ‘worried about climate change’

Nearly a third of citizens see climate change as the most pressing global issue in the world today, according to a new report

Hammersmith Bridge shuts due to heatwave cracks

Hammersmith Bridge closed to cyclists, pedestrians and river traffic after heatwave deteriorated faults within its structure

Biomethane from cow waste fed into the UK’s gas network

A farm in Cambridgeshire is now producing enough biogas to supply ten households every hour

Gaia Says No! Episode 8 – Money

Listen in as ethical finance expert Clare Brook joins us to discuss this emotive and often divisive issue

Your seafood platter might contain a hidden ingredient – plastic

Researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Queensland studied five different kinds of seafood and found traces of plastic in every sample

Two-thirds of Brits opt for ‘holiday travel by petrol or diesel car’

Worries about running out of charge and not being able to find charging points are putting people off travelling in an EV, according to a report

Water companies issue warning after record-breaking consumption amid heatwave

Water demand in some parts of the UK has reached a ten-year high, threatening to leave customers without supply

Almost 65% of UK drivers ‘want to ban petrol and diesel cars by 2030’

The majority of the public believes an earlier phase-out date would have a positive impact on public health, according to a new report

Mauritius declares state of emergency over 1,000-tonne oil spill in the Indian Ocean

Specialist teams from France and Japan have joined local authorities’ efforts to keep leaking oil from the tanker away from the pristine beaches of the island