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Environment - Chemistry - 22.05.2024
New polystyrene recycling process could be world's first to be both economical and energy-efficient
New polystyrene recycling process could be world’s first to be both economical and energy-efficient
Chemical method identified to tackle hard-to-recycle packaging material, cutting landfill waste Engineers have modelled a new way to recycle polystyrene that could become the first viable way of making the material reusable.

Administration - Environment - 21.05.2024
Spotlight on... Anita Treso
Spotlight on... Anita Treso

Environment - Innovation - 20.05.2024
Discover the undergraduate startups tackling global challenges

Environment - 20.05.2024
University of Glasgow joins £5m collaboration to help UK prepare for climate change

Environment - Life Sciences - 20.05.2024
UCL and Sweden launch pioneering collaboration in NeuroDesign and NeuroArchitecture
UCL and Sweden launch pioneering collaboration in NeuroDesign and NeuroArchitecture
UCL researchers are to partner with RISE, Research Institutes of Sweden, to explore how the human brain interacts with built environments, and how understanding this can help design sustainable surroundings that enhance people's health and wellbeing.

Health - Environment - 17.05.2024
Burmese and skin-themed garden to be unveiled in first for Chelsea

Environment - 17.05.2024
Health and Social Benefits of Car-Free Living
Health and Social Benefits of Car-Free Living
Giving up your car for three weeks might feel like a sacrifice, but a group of people who did just that found it improved their health and well-being Participating in a three-week car-free challenge

Health - Environment - 16.05.2024
Climate change is linked to worsening brain diseases - new study
Professor Mark Maslin (UCL Geography) and Professor Sanjay Sisodiya (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology) argue in The Conversation that the global scale of those with neurological and psychiatric conditions that could be adversely affected by climate change is huge.

Health - Environment - 16.05.2024
Climate change likely to aggravate brain conditions
Climate change, and its effects on weather patterns and adverse weather events, is likely to negatively affect the health of people with brain conditions, argue a UCL-led team of researchers.

Environment - Economics - 16.05.2024
Major declines reported in South Korean big cat trade
Considerable progress has been made in curbing the trade of big cat-derived products in South Korea, but some illegal trade remains, reports a new study led by a UCL researcher. Published in PLOS ONE , the study by international conservation charity ZSL, UCL and the Tiger and Leopard Conservation Fund in Korea (KTLCF) heralds a major success for conservation action to protect endangered tigers and leopards, while warning of the ongoing risk of small-scale illegal trade within the country.

Environment - Innovation - 16.05.2024
Cardiff to lead one of five hubs launched to create sustainable future for manufacturing
Cardiff to lead one of five hubs launched to create sustainable future for manufacturing

Campus - Environment - 16.05.2024
University academic elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society
University academic elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society

Environment - Chemistry - 16.05.2024
Bath part of 11M research collaboration to help cut carbon emissions of the chemical industry
Bath part of £11M research collaboration to help cut carbon emissions of the chemical industry

Environment - Social Sciences - 15.05.2024
Most Gypsy and Traveller sites in Great Britain are located within 100 metres of major pollutants, shows research

Computer Science - Environment - 14.05.2024
Seven Questions with... Jeremy Lo Ying Ping

Environment - Event - 13.05.2024
British Academy Global Professor to research food systems at Oxford Martin School

Environment - 13.05.2024
Widening the Range of Our Digital Resources: Extending our Elgar Online Collections

Innovation - Environment - 10.05.2024
AquaBattery raises 6m in seed funding to deploy flow battery technology

Environment - 09.05.2024
Geography Laboratories awarded Gold LEAF certification for sustainability and efficiency action
The University of Manchester's Geography Laboratories have been certified as operating to a Gold standard in the Laboratory Efficiency Assessment Framework (LEAF).

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 09.05.2024
First study to examine environmental impact of deorbited satellites
First study to examine environmental impact of deorbited satellites
The University of Southampton is leading the first ever study of the environmental impact of satellites burning up as they re-enter the Earth's atmosphere. Particles and gases - such as aluminium, lithium, chlorine and nitrogen oxide - are released as decommissioned satellites combust when they re-enter the atmosphere.

Health - Environment - 09.05.2024
Cornwall embraces e-bikes to cut carbon emissions and boost health and wellbeing
Cornwall embraces e-bikes to cut carbon emissions and boost health and wellbeing
Cornwall's e-bike surge, a trial by the University of Bath & Cornwall Council, reduces car trips by 28%, promoting health and easing congestion If you commute to work by car, you'll know a common bugbear is getting stuck in traffic and scrambling for a parking space. But this could now be partly alleviated in Cornwall thanks to an increase in residents and council workers using e-bikes.

Environment - 08.05.2024
First transatlantic sustainable aviation fuel flight ’saved 95 tonnes of CO2’
The world's first transatlantic flight run on 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel saved 95 tonnes of carbon dioxide, results show. The findings from the Virgin Atlantic -led Flight100 project , which involved a consortium of experts from Imperial College London, University of Sheffield, Boeing, Rolls-Royce, BP, and others, show that Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is safe to use with existing infrastructure and can deliver significant reductions in CO2 emissions.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 08.05.2024
Moss ’speed bumps’ to prevent flooding in latest phase of Kinder Scout peatland restoration
National Trust rangers planting Sphagnum moss at Kinder Scout, Derbyshire - credit National Trust Images, Paul Harris The latest restoration project builds on findings gained in a study carried out by

Environment - Earth Sciences - 08.05.2024
Our new study may warn us of future climate tipping points
Professor Mark Maslin's (UCL Geography) research reveals that before northern Africa dried out, its climate "flickered" between two stable climatic states. In The Conversation he urges us to look out for signals of future climate tipping points. Around five and half millenia ago, northern Africa went through a dramatic transformation.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 08.05.2024
Clone of Comment: Walking in African cities can be a miserable experience
Professor Mark Maslin's (UCL Geography) research reveals that before northern Africa dried out, its climate "flickered" between two stable climatic states. In The Conversation he urges us to look out for signals of future climate tipping points. Around five and half millenia ago, northern Africa went through a dramatic transformation.

Environment - Economics - 07.05.2024
104,000 panel solar farm set to power The University of Manchester

Environment - 05.05.2024
Experts gather at Net Zero Innovation Institute Town Hall

Health - Environment - 03.05.2024
Weight programme success and honours from Finland: News from Imperial

Environment - Social Sciences - 03.05.2024
Seven Questions with... Ben Hollis
Seven Questions with... Ben Hollis

Economics - Environment - 01.05.2024
Moving office? Consider donating unused equipment to charities
Moving office? Consider donating unused equipment to charities

Environment - Earth Sciences - 30.04.2024
European team investigates how to govern solar radiation modification research
European team investigates how to govern solar radiation modification research
A three-year project involving UCL researchers will examine the principles and guidelines for responsible research into solar radiation modification (SRM) - a controversial idea to limit climate change by reducing how much sunlight reaches the Earth's surface.

Environment - 30.04.2024
Group to investigate research governance of controversial ’Solar Radiation Modification’ technology

Environment - Economics - 29.04.2024
Nature degradation could cause a 12% loss to UK GDP
New research has found that damage to the natural environment is slowing the UK economy, and could lead to an estimated 12% reduction to GDP in the years ahead - larger than the hit to GDP from the global financial crisis or Covid-19.

Environment - 29.04.2024
Alok Sharma to join the Oxford Martin School as a Visiting Fellow

Environment - Social Sciences - 29.04.2024
Tourism and local communities - connections between Scotland and Majorca
The island of Majorca in Spain and the Scottish Highlands and Western Isles would not on the face of it seem to have much in common.

Innovation - Environment - 26.04.2024
Scientists call for global shift to curb consumption of disposable technologies
Worldwide action to halt the environmental threats posed by single-use electronic devices such as e-cigarettes is urgently needed, according to a group including researchers from UCL.

Environment - 25.04.2024
Voluntary corporate emissions targets not enough to create real climate action
Voluntary corporate emissions targets not enough to create real climate action
Companies' emissions reduction targets should not be the sole measure of corporate climate ambition, according to a new perspective paper.

Environment - Health - 25.04.2024
UCL signs up to ground-breaking sustainable research agreement
UCL signs up to ground-breaking sustainable research agreement
UCL has signed up to a ground-breaking new agreement aimed at making research more environmentally sustainable.

Environment - Economics - 25.04.2024
Shaping tomorrow’s biomanufacturing: insights from foresight workshops

Environment - 24.04.2024
University wins gold and bronze awards for Estates excellence

Environment - Politics - 23.04.2024
Workshop on Green energy transitions and global disruption: The (un)just transition to Net Zero
Workshop on Green energy transitions and global disruption: The (un)just transition to Net Zero
We invite expressions to participate in a workshop on 'Green energy transitions and global disruption', to be held at the University of Manchester on 11-13 September, 2024.

Environment - Innovation - 23.04.2024
Using planning policy to reduce carbon in buildings - Bath initiative featured in new climate report
Using planning policy to reduce carbon in buildings - Bath initiative featured in new climate report
Six universities propose new ideas for meeting net zero targets through local collaboration.

Environment - Economics - 19.04.2024
Roundtable showcases Warwick’s sustainable heat network system

Environment - Materials Science - 19.04.2024
Scientists urge action over life-threatening pollution from solar power waste in Africa
Researchers from The University of Manchester investigating waste management practices for off-grid solar technologies in Malawi have discovered life-threatening quantities of lead pollution from improperly managed battery waste.

Environment - Chemistry - 18.04.2024
Imperial academic wins 2.4 European funding to improve solar harvesting tech

Law - Environment - 18.04.2024
Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre moves to Oxford University after receiving continuation funding
The Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC, or the Centre) has moved to Oxford University after being awarded extension funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

Environment - Chemistry - 18.04.2024
Imperial academic wins 2.4m European funding to improve solar harvesting tech

Environment - 17.04.2024
Steven Barrett appointed Regius Professor of Engineering
Steven Barrett appointed Regius Professor of Engineering

Environment - 17.04.2024
Become a brand ambassador for Hazaar, the student marketplace app
Become a brand ambassador for Hazaar, the student marketplace app

Environment - 17.04.2024
New publication in Sustainable Development
New publication in Sustainable Development
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