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Environment - Life Sciences - 18.10.2021
Climate change and human pressure mean migration may be 'no longer worth it', say researchers
Climate change and human pressure mean migration may be ’no longer worth it’, say researchers
Researchers have found that the benefits of migration have been eroded by the effects of climate change and human pressure.

Environment - Innovation - 18.10.2021
Manchester puts energies into global challenge solution that’s close to home
The University of Manchester , alongside the Henry Royce Institute's Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub, is supporting the design and development of a ground-breaking product set to dramatically im

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 15.10.2021

Environment - 15.10.2021
'Wasteful steel-and-glass buildings fuel global climate injustice' - Bath climate expert
’Wasteful steel-and-glass buildings fuel global climate injustice’ - Bath climate expert
Professor of Zero Carbon Design David Coley calls for new ways of thinking about construction in All-Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group essay Last updated on Friday 15 October 2021 University o

Health - Environment - 14.10.2021
Climate action will improve health and save lives now and in the future
Environmental psychologist, Lorraine Whitmarsh, was one of the lead authors for today's climate report from the Academy of Medical Sciences and Royal Society.

Environment - Civil Engineering - 13.10.2021
Roller disco vs climate change: how graphene is transforming the construction industry
Manchester's Mayfield regeneration scheme made history on 12 October 2021, as the location of a pioneering piece of structural engineering, using a new, low-emissions concrete - developed by Nationwi

Event - Environment - 12.10.2021

Social Sciences - Environment - 11.10.2021

Health - Environment - 05.10.2021

Innovation - Environment - 05.10.2021

Paleontology - Environment - 04.10.2021
New 'lost relative' of Triceratops found in New Mexico
New ’lost relative’ of Triceratops found in New Mexico
The skeleton fragments of a new horned dinosaur, Sierraceratops turneri, have been discovered in North America.

Environment - Economics / Business - 01.10.2021
Three major UK utility providers form new partnership with the National Digital Twin programme in critical step toward resilient infrastructure
The National Digital Twin programme (NDTp) is pleased to announce a first of its kind collaboration agreement with three major UK utility providers; Anglian Water, BT and UK Power Networks to work together on a Climate Resilience Demonstrator (CReDo).

Social Sciences - Environment - 30.09.2021
Encourage wealthy and well-connected to use their influence to tackle climate change | University of Cambridge
Encourage wealthy and well-connected to use their influence to tackle climate change | University of Cambridge
A paper published today in the journal Nature Energy identifies five ways that people of high socioeconomic status have a disproportionate impact on global greenhouse gas emissions - and therefore an outsized responsibility to facilitate progress in climate change mitigation.

Environment - 29.09.2021
Stop VAT on refurbs and end demolish-and-replace culture, Bath engineering experts say
Engineers respond to National Engineering Policy Centre & Royal Academy of Engineering warning on knocking down useable buildings Last updated on Wednesday 29 September 2021 The Government must remov

Environment - Innovation - 17.09.2021
Look great and do good: Manchester startup apparel brand Pirkani proves that British fashion can be environmentally sustainable and ethical
With environment and ethical sustainability to its core, Pirkani, a graduate startup apparel brand aims to lead the fashion industry from its founding city, Manchester.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 16.09.2021

Event - Environment - 14.09.2021

Environment - Mathematics - 10.09.2021
How to predict climate change from the comfort of your home
How to predict climate change from the comfort of your home
The causes of climate change can be demoed using a cheap home or school computer, thanks to a Python program developed by a team at the University of Bath.

Environment - 09.09.2021
Extensive new report aims to make climate change research accessible ahead of COP26
A new climate change report produced by the University of Birmingham intends to make academic expertise more available to global policy makers and to the public ahead of the COP26 climate change summit in November.

Environment - Social Sciences - 08.09.2021
Government investment supports creative methods to connect young people with climate change research
A Glasgow-based project using zines produced by 14-18-year-olds to tell their climate change stories is among a series of new climate engagement projects supported by a UK government investment.

Economics / Business - Environment - 08.09.2021

Environment - 08.09.2021
The University of Birmingham partners with Siemens to create the smartest university campus in the world
The University of Birmingham, in partnership with Siemens , is combining digital sensor and analytics technologies, artificial intelligence, decentralised energy generation and storage, renewable ene

Environment - 08.09.2021
Opinion: Ditch 90% of world’s coal and 60% of oil and gas to limit warming to 1.5C
Phasing out fossil fuel production requires a range of policy levers, such as banning petrol cars and promoting renewable electricity generation, argue PhD Candidate Daniel Welsby, James Price and Professor Steve Pye (all UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources).

Environment - 02.09.2021
Air pollution laws are falling short, reveals UN report
A third of the world's countries have no legally mandated outdoor (ambient) air quality standards, according to a UN report co-authored by a UCL academic. The report - the first-ever assessment of air quality laws and regulations by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) - found that, where such laws do exist, standards vary widely and are often less ambitious than World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines.

Environment - Computer Science - 30.08.2021
Cambridge-authored book explores how artificial intelligence could help address climate change
Cambridge-authored book explores how artificial intelligence could help address climate change
Humanity is facing two existential threats. The first: uncontrolled CO2 emissions irreversibly changing the climate. The second: a hostile artificial intelligence (AI) becoming the dominant form of intelligence on Earth. But while the situation may appear bleak, this two-pronged crisis also presents an opportunity.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 27.08.2021
New maps forecast impacts of climate change
An estimated 1.2 billion of Scotland's buildings, transport infrastructure, cultural and natural heritage may be at risk of coastal erosion by 2050, according to new research.

Environment - 26.08.2021
What happens If We Don’t Act Now on climate change?
Climate change researchers around the world are being encouraged to create videos addressing their environmental concerns and potential solutions ahead of the COP26 conference.

Environment - Economics / Business - 25.08.2021

Environment - Innovation - 25.08.2021
Scientists set out immediate actions and future research priorities to help UK to reach net zero target
Scientists set out immediate actions and future research priorities to help UK to reach net zero target
A new paper by leading UK scientists sets out key solutions and policy actions that should be implemented now, as well as priority research areas for the next decade, if the UK is to reach its net zero target by 2050.
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