Hussh | The true compensation cost of excessive emissions revealed for historic responsibility

The true compensation cost of excessive emissions revealed for historic responsibility

Wealthier countries, including the United States and those in Europe, could find themselves facing an astronomical price tag of $170 trillion as reparations for their disproportionate carbon emissions, according to a groundbreaking study conducted by the University of Leeds.  The research sheds light on the glaring disparities in the remaining carbon capacity available to the world before triggering even more …

Hussh | Eating local: The what and where of our eating habits

Eating local: The what and where of our eating habits

This weekend, my partner woke up and decided he wanted to go for brunch. Even the maelstrom-esque weather outside couldn’t dissuade him. When eventually I relented and hopped online to book a table, I found myself in a daze, overcome by the pure volume of menus, cafés and restaurants. Did we want smashed avocado with Spanish reared chorizo and a …