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Environment - Economics - 14.12.2023
$5 trillion of nature-related economic risks will amplify climate change, says Oxford study
Storm and flooding: Significant and long-term risks to society, the economy and finance, from increasing the risk and impacts of pandemics, floods and droughts. Credit: Getty Images "Nature is not the elephant in the room, it's the huge green scorpion running towards us"- study author. Biodiversity loss and environmental degradation generates significant and long-term risks to society, the economy and finance..and risks to global supply chains.

Environment - 14.12.2023
Analysis: Five major outcomes from the latest UN climate summit
Analysis: Five major outcomes from the latest UN climate summit

Environment - Innovation - 13.12.2023
New centre to develop sustainable materials for steel industry of the future
New centre to develop sustainable materials for steel industry of the future

Environment - Innovation - 13.12.2023
COP28 Expert Comment from across Oxford University

Environment - 13.12.2023
Expert Comment: It is remarkable how much we agree. COP28 and the transition from fossil fuels

Career - Environment - 12.12.2023
Funding Call Pre Announcement - UMRI Pump-Priming

Health - Environment - 12.12.2023
Scientist to lead international transdisciplinary consortium towards delivering NetZero Healthcare
Scientist to lead international transdisciplinary consortium towards delivering NetZero Healthcare

Environment - Politics - 12.12.2023
Spotlight on... Lisa Vanhala
Spotlight on... Lisa Vanhala

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.12.2023
Analysis: Climate change: if warming approaches 2C, a trickle of extinctions will become a flood

Environment - Social Sciences - 08.12.2023
Billions have been raised to restore forests with little success - here’s the missing ingredient

Environment - 08.12.2023
Future of 200 migratory bird species put at risk by cyclones and droughts
Future of 200 migratory bird species put at risk by cyclones and droughts
New study reveals how ecosystem-connecting birds are exposed to extreme weather events likely to worsen with climate change.

Environment - Life Sciences - 08.12.2023
Fair Water? An exhibition of the inequality below the surface at Oxford’s Natural History Museum

Environment - 08.12.2023
Teacher education imperative for climate change and sustainability education

Environment - 07.12.2023
Spotlight on... Elli Lee
Spotlight on... Elli Lee

Environment - 07.12.2023
Winter break 2023-2024: Information for staff
Winter break 2023-2024: Information for staff

Environment - 07.12.2023
Christmas closure 2023-2024: Information for staff
Christmas closure 2023-2024: Information for staff

Environment - Innovation - 07.12.2023
Imperial, University of Tokyo and Hitachi call for decarbonised future
Imperial, University of Tokyo and Hitachi call for decarbonised future
A collaboration by Imperial College London, The University of Tokyo and Hitachi has identified top priorities to facilitate a roadmap to net zero.

Health - Environment - 07.12.2023
Good maternal health ’reparations’ has lifelong benefits for women
Call for action to address vulnerability during pregnancy for women around the world. Women around the world who have positive health 'reparations' during the journey through pregnancy benefit throughout their lives, new research says.

Politics - Environment - 06.12.2023
How to phase out fossil fuels and still win an election
How to phase out fossil fuels and still win an election
A new study by UCL researchers shows how it's possible to phase out fossil fuels without sacrificing electoral popularity - even in coal mining regions. The new paper, published in the American Political Science Review , illustrates how a government that phased out coal mining was able to avoid a backlash from the affected coal regions.

Health - Environment - 06.12.2023
Data analysis reveals concern for the UK’s overheating homes
A collaboration between the University of Glasgow's Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC), London residents and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) has shown that some UK homes routinely go over recommended temperatures, even on comparatively cool days. A collaboration between the University of Glasgow's Urban Big Data Centre (UBDC), London residents, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) has shown that some homes routinely go over recommended temperatures, even on comparatively cool days.

Music - Environment - 06.12.2023
Researchers team up with the city's music sector to launch 'Towards a Just and Green Music City' initiative
Researchers team up with the city’s music sector to launch ’Towards a Just and Green Music City’ initiative

Environment - 05.12.2023
Expert Comment: Just stop oil is easy to shout but it cannot just happen - and not ’justly’

Environment - Research Management - 05.12.2023
Manchester is top in Europe once again in sustainability rankings

Environment - Research Management - 05.12.2023
University ranks in top two per cent of global universities for sustainability

Environment - Research Management - 05.12.2023
University of Southampton shines in sustainability rankings
University of Southampton shines in sustainability rankings

Environment - Innovation - 05.12.2023
20 million awarded to University of Birmingham’s National Centre for the Decarbonisation of Heat

Environment - 05.12.2023
University of Birmingham achieves 35th position in the 2024 QS World Sustainability Ranking
University of Birmingham achieves 35th position in the 2024 QS World Sustainability Ranking

Environment - 04.12.2023
COP28 president is wrong - science clearly shows fossil fuels must go (and fast)

Environment - 04.12.2023
Tackling climate change can improve public health in Africa - new report highlights how
Dr Youba Sokona (UCL Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy), with other academics, highlights a new report into actions that could be taken across Africa to address climate change and improve public health in The Conversation.

Environment - 04.12.2023
University of Manchester wins top prize at Green Gown Awards

Economics - Environment - 04.12.2023
Asian cement and steel companies must decarbonise to survive carbon prices
High carbon emitting businesses in Asia will see consistent negative profits if they fail to decarbonise. This was the main conclusion of a new report published by the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment at Imperial College Business School, together with the Singapore Green Finance Centre. The report, Financial Implications of Carbon Pricing in the Asian Cement and Steel Industries , explores the financial impact of decarbonisation on Asian cement and steel companies covered by selected Asian Emission Trading Schemes.

Environment - 01.12.2023
Opinion: Why are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?
Opinion: Why are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?

Environment - Economics - 30.11.2023
Spotlight on... Yaroslav Melekh
Spotlight on... Yaroslav Melekh

Environment - 30.11.2023
Expert Comment: Catchy headlines do not lead to action and change. It looks likely we will overshoot 1.5 C

Environment - 28.11.2023
Season's Greetings from UCL: New digital festive e-card available to download
Season’s Greetings from UCL: New digital festive e-card available to download

Environment - Innovation - 28.11.2023
Film and TV production worsens climate crisis
Show all news items Streaming giants are making TV production worse for the environment than ever before according to new research into the environmental impact of film and television production from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge.

Environment - Life Sciences - 28.11.2023
Global marine life is on the move due to sea temperature rises
Global marine life is on the move due to sea temperature rises
A new study from the University of Southampton sheds light on the impact climate change is having on marine environments in a relatively recent global phenomenon known as 'tropicalisation'. In the ocean, tropical species are moving from the equator towards the poles as sea temperatures rise. Meanwhile, temperate species are receding as it gets too warm, they face increased competition for habitat, and new predators arrive on the scene, among other factors.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 27.11.2023
The big business of sustainable food production and consumption: Exploring the transition to alternative proteins
The big business of sustainable food production and consumption: Exploring the transition to alternative proteins
Josephine Mylan and John Andrews have written an article which has been published by the prestigious article Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences based on sustainable food production and consumption.

Environment - Social Sciences - 27.11.2023
PhD Researcher at the GDI Wins Prestigious Entrepreneurial Prize
PhD Researcher at the GDI Wins Prestigious Entrepreneurial Prize

Career - Environment - 27.11.2023
Productivity events to ’unlock’ prosperity for Scotland

Environment - Campus - 27.11.2023
University of Birmingham launches Brazil Institute
University of Birmingham launches Brazil Institute

Environment - Social Sciences - 27.11.2023
ActNowFilm: Give Young People a Voice in Global Climate Talks
ActNowFilm: Give Young People a Voice in Global Climate Talks

Life Sciences - Environment - 24.11.2023
Fishery guidance and nerve repair: News from Imperial
Fishery guidance and nerve repair: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From new guidance to help sustainable fishery management, to research that suggests our circadian 'biological' clock may help nerve growth and repair, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Life Sciences - Environment - 24.11.2023
Fishery guidance and brain repair: News from Imperial
Fishery guidance and brain repair: News from Imperial
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. From new guidance to help sustainable fishery management, to research that suggests our circadian 'biological' clock may help brain growth and repair, here is some quick-read news from across Imperial.

Environment - 23.11.2023
Opinion: We rarely hear about the disasters that were avoided - but there's a lot we can learn from
Opinion: We rarely hear about the disasters that were avoided - but there’s a lot we can learn from
The baseline for avoiding a disaster is bringing a wide variety of people together in a symphony of action, writes Professor Ilan Kelman (UCL Institute for Risk & Disaster Reduction) in The Conversation alongside colleagues from other universities.

Environment - Social Sciences - 23.11.2023
New Master's Programme at The University of Manchester Takes a Fresh Approach to Tackling Climate Change
New Master’s Programme at The University of Manchester Takes a Fresh Approach to Tackling Climate Change

Environment - 23.11.2023
UK Government severely lagging behind its heat pump targets

Environment - Computer Science - 22.11.2023
Sails and satellite navigation could cut shipping industry’s emissions by up to a third
Originally published on The Conversation James Mason, Visiting Academic in Decarbonisation; Alice Larkin, Professor of Climate Science and Energy Policy; and Simon Bullock, Research Associate, Shipping and Climate Change.

Environment - Economics - 22.11.2023
Thriving Glasgow Portrait paints a greener, fairer future for the city

Innovation - Environment - 21.11.2023
Independent Review of University Spin-out Companies, The University of Manchester Response