Co-Founded by Aurelia Islimye, the creative force behind avant-garde art gallery Bleur, and design journalist Roddy Clarke, The Crossover Project… Read More
Mining for commercial gemstones causes contaminated water, releases toxins into the air, erodes soil and destroys vegetation. Hazardous chemicals used… Read More
Meat The Future presents cutting-edge research on the environmental and health impacts of eating meat, and offers visitors a variety… Read More
Meat The Future – a joint exhibition from Oxford University’s Livestock Environment and People (LEAP) research programme and the University’s Museum of Natural History – is set to give visitors some serious food for thought about how the production and consumption of animal products affect people and planet.