Jessica Baldwin

Jessica Baldwin

Journalist at Al Jazeera English.

Europe

UK: Art exhibit displays new climate change evidence

Shocking new evidence of climate change can be seen in a show at London's Tate Modern Gallery.

UK: Art exhibit displays new climate change evidence

Europe

UK Gormley exhibition works challenge view of the world

In this world of constant distractions, Gormley's works bring stillness and silence - it's art stripped down to bare life.

UK Gormley exhibition works challenge view of the world

Europe

UK scientists look for sustainable ways of raising livestock

Cows and sheep are responsible for 14 percent of global greenhouse gases – the same as all the cars, trucks and planes in the world.

UK scientists look for sustainable ways of raising livestock

Europe

Why are more youth in the West turning to poetry?

Millennials see poetry as a means to better deal with the increasingly altering, fast-paced world.

Why are more youth in the West turning to poetry?

Europe

Crazy in Love: The Story of Layla and Majnun premieres in London

A tragic love story from the Middle East and Central Asia has been reinterpreted in a 21st-century contemporary dance.

Crazy in Love: The Story of Layla and Majnun premieres in London

Europe

UK activist spreads awareness of deadly air pollution

One mother is campaigning for greater awareness of the city's hazardous air after daughter's premature death caused by toxic air.

UK activist spreads awareness of deadly air pollution

Art

Art and science project examines how addiction impacts the brain

London art show expands traditional idea of addiction to include self-harm, social media and consumer behaviour.

Art and science project examines how addiction impacts the brain

Europe

London museum uses brain waves to pilot a huge balloon

The London Design Festival is inviting visitors to fly in a seven-metre balloon - without ever leaving the ground.

London museum uses brain waves to pilot a huge balloon

Europe

Renzo Piano retrospective to launch in London

Al Jazeera talks to Renzo Piano, one of the world’s greatest architects with landmark buildings around the world.

Renzo Piano retrospective to launch in London

Nuclear weapons

London's engineers build portable nuclear detection device

Nuclear engineers from Imperial College London are trying to make the world a safer place.

London's engineers build portable nuclear detection device

Environment

Eroding coastline threatens sea life in England

The international community has gathered in Germany for the COP 23 climate summit.

Eroding coastline threatens sea life in England

Europe

Exiled Parisian impressionists reunite in London’s Tate Britain

When Paris came under siege in the Franco-Prussian war in 1870, one unexpected consequence was the number of artists who escaped to the London as refugees.

Exiled Parisian impressionists reunite in London’s Tate Britain