Seven out of the twelve gigs in Edinburgh International Festival's contemporary music strand sold out this year, with a total audience of 13,500
Tech Monkeys is an after school club in RZSS Edinburgh Zoo combining the interesting topics of technology and nature.
Returning this autumn refreshed and extended, Tech Monkeys will run on Thursday evenings throughout the term from 4 – 5pm starting today (12th Sept).
Open to children in P4-P7 with 15 spaces available. Topics to be covered will include building your own camera trap using a Raspberry Pi, media production and editing, VR experiences and looking at the use of technology in wildlife conservation, plus much more!
Anyone who follows the science of climate change closely is probably deep-down uneasy and quite possibly horrified by the increasingly perilous state of our planet. But communicating that sense is not always easy.
Early on in her one-woman show Alanna Mitchell says that she’s not a scientist, nor an actor, she’s a journalist. Her response is to tell stories in a gently spoken, semi-biographical and amusing monologue.
Vancouver-based Anita Rochon is deeply concerned about climate change. So much so she set herself the challenge of creating a touring show which didn’t involve dumping tons of carbon into the atmosphere. She decided she, herself, could not tour.
The solution she came up with is a curious fish, a “performance thing” she calls it at the start of the show, where each evening a different stand-in plays the central character against a green screen.
The 2019 Edinburgh International Book Festival launched the “most international programme in its history” today, with authors from over 60 countries coming
Climate change will have a huge impact on health, via heat exposure and changes in distribution of vector-borne diseases such as malaria and in more complex ways such as impoverishment and population
When looking for signs of global warming, the melting of the world’s glaciers and ice sheets is often cited as the one of most glaring indicators.
Theoretical physicist and broadcaster Prof Jim Al-Khalili is in conversation about his debut novel, Sunfall, with novelist Lin Anderson.
Christiana Figueres last night received the prestigious Edinburgh Medal at the Signet Library in Edinburgh with a rousing speech that urged “stubborn optimism” in th
In the sphere of climate change, 19th century Irish physicist John Tyndall (1820-1893) is a giant.