With Russia’s show of nuclear capability, Putin’s threats, and heightened tensions between Russia and NATO, will there be nuclear war in 2022?
The world is facing a huge food crisis in 2022. Prices have continued to rise while the war in Ukraine threatens supplies of important crops.
Europe is at risk of a radioactive pollution if a nuclear power plant or waste storage facility is hit during the attack on Ukraine.
Russia has declared war and launched a full scale invasion of Ukraine, leaving many wondering if we are seeing the start of World War 3.
Russia has been amassing military equipment near Ukraine, increasing tensions between Russia and the West, but will Russia invade Ukraine?
The Gulf Stream, the ocean current bringing warmth to the UK, shows signs of an imminent collapse, but what will this mean for the climate?
Have you wondered where our insects have gone? There has been a drastic decline in insect numbers and it could be disastrous for us.
The UK food supply chain has been struggling during early summer 2021, and it is dangerously close to complete failure. Read more here now.
Climate change is one of the greatest threats to global society. We need to start preparing to survive in the climate of the future now.
Despite rapidly rising case numbers, Covid-19 restrictions are set to be eased on 19 July. Learn how you can prepare to keep safe.
While a military coup is unlikely in the UK, we can still learn from the Myanmar coup as a real world situation of government collapse.
There have been a few noticeable gaps on supermarket shelves already during 2021, after a number of supply chain problems. UK food shortages are now inevitable over the summer and beyond, as food production and supply problems get worse. What Are The Causes Of UK Food Shortages Food Production and Supply Problems One of the […]
It is only a matter of time before a new drug resistant microbe causes a devastating global pandemic. Learn what you need to do to survive.
The container ship Ever Given, one of the largest in the world, has been stuck in the Suez Canal for a week. What are the impacts of this disruption to global shipping on consumers in the UK and is it likely to happen again?
The end of the Brexit transition period on 31st December 2020 is approaching very quickly, with new rules for trade and travel. As no deal has yet been agreed, it is becoming increasingly likely that the UK will not agree a trade deal with the EU.