Tags: Environment

Water Scarcity: A Weaponized Resource or a Tool for Peace?

Water scarcity threatens billions of individuals across the globe annually. Water-scarce countries, such as Israel, are consequently developing desalination technologies to escape scarcity.

A journey through the Himalayas: IE Transformational Leadership Journey 2024

During Spring break, second-year International Relations students, Angel Alonso and Borja Santos embark on a two-week journey through the Himalayas to reach Everest base camp.

Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant Suffers Drone Attack

The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Russian-occupied Ukraine suffered another drone attack 6 April 2024. Damages were minimal, but no one has taken responsibility for them. The Stork explores the importance of the plant in war torn country and its significance in international law.

One Hit Wonder?: Bangladesh’s Shaky Economic Future

How many times have you looked at the tag of a piece of clothing in a store and saw “Made in Bangladesh”? From producing things like T-shirts to jeans to many other simple clothing apparels, the country has been applauded by the international community for the way it has harnessed the power of the industry to employ millions of people, especially women, and drastically reduce extreme poverty domestically.

Sin agua ni tregua: Cataluña ante la sequía y el temor a una primavera inflamable 

Cataluña se encuentra en una batalla contra una sequía implacable que ha asolado la región durante ya más de tres años.

Your Boycotts Won’t Stop Unfair Labour

You have power as a consumer, but only when you use all your resources. It’s important to think about who feels better from your personal boycott: the child you aim to help, or yourself?

What Will You Do in the Face of Climate Injustice: A Call to Action

To combat climate change, we must first battle poverty. Only then can we break free from the shackles of inequality and forge a sustainable future where no one is left behind.

IE’s Dubious Sustainability

By Luke Crisp “As a leading higher education institution, sustainability is at the heart of everything we do. It’s not just a secondary consideration, it’s...

MENA Climate Week, a week into a sustainable future

On the 8 of October, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia opened its doors to scholars, students, professors, and diplomats coming from all over the world to attend the second-ever Middle East and North Africa Climate Week.

COP28: Humanitarianism or Hypocrisy?

As the beginning of COP28 draws nearer, it is important to set the goals for the conference and reflect on past failures.


Editorial Announcement for the 2024-25 Academic Year

The academic year 2023-2024 has been an exciting period of growth for The Stork! The completely student-led and managed media outlet, with a team...

Art Unchained

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Iona Steger The concepts of "non-fungible tokens (NFTs)" and "blockchain" have been an ongoing...

AI Companies Sued for Breach of Copyright

This article is written in conjunction with the IE Law Society. By Klaudia Kupidura The latest developments in Generative AI have changed our habits, learning mechanisms,...