These ten drawing show the realities of life at the English seaside in 2021.
In my research, I’ve seen how people can feel a new sense of gratitude, meaning and purpose. They often take up new hobbies and careers. They become less materialistic and more altruistic.
Welcome to an entirely new understanding of the world.
More hours of teaching might benefit children’s recovery in the short term but put teachers under dangerous pressure.
Explaining the rule of law crisis shaking the relationship between Poland and the EU.
Electric vehicle sales are booming and coal power is dwindling, but structural obstacles to net zero remain.
Several schools in Scotland have paused the rollout of facial recognition technology in school canteens following inquiries from the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.
What does communism 2.0 mean for democracy?
Just like in real life, the idea that everyone in the game has a fair shot is quickly exposed as a fallacy.
Every infected person is assigned a local case officer who can personalise the support they receive.
Life-extension therapies may be coming sooner than you think.
How governments can ensure phasing out oil and gas won’t do more damage.
Listen to the third episode of a new series from The Anthill Podcast ahead of the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow.
What research shows is important to win support for bold decarbonisation measures.
‘Hyperscale’ warehouses filled with computer servers use water for electricity and cooling.
People inevitably became less contented during the pandemic, but it’s part of a longer trend.
The vastly differing environment would need a whole new approach to disposing of dead bodies.
More ambitious plans for making the UK’s homes energy efficient could create 22,545 new full-time jobs.
The problem of increasing plastic waste has been exacerbated by the pandemic, requiring better regulation and monitoring to solve.
The world is a much better place for the extra carbon being absorbed by forests, but it can never entirely offset emissions.