Justin Fox

Justin Fox

  • London

About

Justin is a History graduate from the University of Kent, looking to put his research and analytical abilities to good use in the pursuit of a more sustainable future. Residing in North London, he writes often about the political aspect of environmentalism and the relationship between governments and the people.

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a morning in London with a view of Canary Wharf with smog, air pollution

Why is Air Pollution such an Issue in London?

As the home of approximately 8 million people, it comes as no surprise that the natural environment of London suffers in a number of respects. With so many people each generating some form of pollution, the recent report that labelled the quality of the city’s air as dangerous to consume indicates that this trend is (read on)

Surveying Cornfield by a Drone

How drone technology can be used to help in a farming environment

There are many industries that have died out thanks to the advances made in technology, but one industry that absolutely cannot die out is farming. More than 300,000 people in the UK are employed in the farming industry and there is no doubt that this industry is the backbone of our society, consistently ensuring we (read on)

Eco destruction

How Costly is Smoking for our Environment?

Of all the planet-spanning industries that contribute to the destruction of the environment, the tobacco industry is unquestionably one of the biggest offenders. Catering to the needs of more than a billion people, this market has no borders and is prevalent across each and every continent in spite of the countless medical arguments against consuming (read on)

Recent Posts

How Catering Businesses Are Becoming Eco-friendlier Due to Demand

Diners are more conscious than ever before of where their food comes from. With this increase in awareness comes an increase in responsibility for caterers to be more mindful in sourcing produce and more responsible in how they operate and train their staff.   It is fashionable to be put the environment first and to (read on)

a morning in London with a view of Canary Wharf with smog, air pollution

Why is Air Pollution such an Issue in London?

As the home of approximately 8 million people, it comes as no surprise that the natural environment of London suffers in a number of respects. With so many people each generating some form of pollution, the recent report that labelled the quality of the city’s air as dangerous to consume indicates that this trend is (read on)

Surveying Cornfield by a Drone

How drone technology can be used to help in a farming environment

There are many industries that have died out thanks to the advances made in technology, but one industry that absolutely cannot die out is farming. More than 300,000 people in the UK are employed in the farming industry and there is no doubt that this industry is the backbone of our society, consistently ensuring we (read on)

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How You Can Help The Environment Via Your Choice Of Haircare Products

Most of wash us our hair daily, and apply liberal quantities of shampoo, conditioner and other hair products without giving them a moment’s thought as we seek to achieve that look only trained beauticians seem to be able to nail. A look at the ingredients labels on those products, however, might come as quite a (read on)

Eco destruction

How Costly is Smoking for our Environment?

Of all the planet-spanning industries that contribute to the destruction of the environment, the tobacco industry is unquestionably one of the biggest offenders. Catering to the needs of more than a billion people, this market has no borders and is prevalent across each and every continent in spite of the countless medical arguments against consuming (read on)

Rolling back the environmental damage caused by unsustainable global industry

Each and every moment across the world, somewhere the wheels of big industry are turning. In an age of unprecedented consumer demand, the planet groans as more and more resources are harvested in the name of profit, with only lip service (if that) paid towards the environment by those that need its bounty. In return, (read on)