The British government’s spending watchdog has found that fracking has cost taxpayers at least £32...Read More
Author: Edward Cowley
The UK government announced Tuesday that it has launched a consultation that may see green licence...Read More
An investigation by the Guardian and Friends of the Earth has uncovered documents that show the UK...Read More
Peatlands are one of the most important carbon sinks in the world, but according to a new report...Read More
Britain is among the worst culprits in the west for exporting used tyres to India and other...Read More
Environmental campaigners, the London mayor and a host of London councils are taking the...Read More
The scene at Canning Town underground station this morning, where irate commuters dragged an...Read More
The Trump administration is proposing to allow road building and logging in over half of the...Read More
The illegal import of hydrofluorocarbons, known as HFCs, for refrigerators and air conditioning...Read More
Dozens of protestors from Extinction Rebellion have been arrested including a 77-year rabbi, as...Read More
Despite Google’s pubic calls for action on climate change, a new report by the Guardian has...Read More
Edward has been a news reporter in Moscow and has written features for the Sunday Times and the Moscow Times.
Some of the places he has worked at include RT (Russia Today) and BBC World.As well as Russia and the former CIS, Edward specialises on the environment and has directed a half hour film on the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster.
At Belong, Edward has developed a strong environmental slant for the magazine, including a series of features focussing on environmental problems. The environment affects all of us and Belong is a magazine with an international outlook, with stories from all around the world.
Latest posts by Edward Cowley (see all)
- Why is California So at Risk from Wildfires? - 13th November 2019
- Carbon Offsetting is Growing but Does it Make a Difference? - 11th November 2019
- Three Confirmed Dead as Australia Prepares for “Catastrophic” Bushfires - 11th November 2019