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Tag: climate change

Katherine Knapp

“While brainstorming ideas for my art piece I found myself writing down words and phrases about things I had witnessed first-hand, read about or learnt from the data….

Kenza Darrak

“My asset aims to highlight the importance of the period we are living through. Reflecting back on quarantine should make us grateful for the opportunity we have to…

Isobel Reichert

“I wanted to create a personal reflection to the course and one that would represent the thoughts and feelings of Generation Z, which for too long have been…

Delaney Sheridan

“I hope that my asset sparks an interest in climate policy and justice for those who may have found it inaccessible before. It is vital that those in…

Aylin Lehnert

“When developing this asset, I started from a global issue that caught my interest during the course. I did not think of a research question but chose a…

Christopher Forsey

“I concluded early in the course that I would produce an essay for my final asset, or at least something that had some basis in academic writing. However,…

Georgia Sudron

“The key objective for my asset was to create an emotional response to encourage people to realise the idea that the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate emergency are…


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