Hussh | The unseen impact of climate change on UK coastal communities

The unseen impact of climate change on UK coastal communities

When you close your eyes and picture a quintessential UK coastal town, chances are you see a vibrant row of houses, sun-kissed sandy beaches, clear blue skies, and the timeless pleasures of fish and chips and ice cream. For those of us who don’t live near our island shores, these seaside escapes offer a refuge from the daily hustle and …

Hussh | Why the UN 30x30 agreement is a big deal

Why the UN 30×30 agreement is a big deal

Yesterday, approximately 190 countries approved a comprehensive United Nations (UN) agreement to protect 30% of the earth’s land and oceans by 2030 and to take other steps to address the loss of biodiversity. Biodiversity, which is decreasing at an unprecedented rate worldwide, threatens the planet’s food and water sources as well as the existence of numerous species. The landmark deal …

Hussh | Indigenous communities are critical in our fight to protect our lands and seas

Indigenous communities are critical in our fight to protect our lands and seas

As the UN COP15 focuses talks on biodiversity in Montreal, there’s a growing realisation that globally, we’re not as prepared as we need to be in our bid to protect and conserve 30 per cent of the world’s land and sea by 2030. And we’re failing in one major area in particular: indigenous communities. Empowering these groups in the conservation …