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A tropical kelp forest of “enormous importance” has been found in the Galapagos Islands, harbouring potential for massive carbon sequestration.
Sean Lawler, Associate Professor at Brown University pursues an understanding of cancer through the lens of the molecular and cellular ecosystem and natural selection.
Nicoló Giacomuzzi-Moore, Executive Director ad interim at CBE JU – Circular Bio‐based Europe Joint Undertaking, explains how European bio-based industries are leading the green transition.
Anna Forbes, Thames Rivers Trust Administrator at the Thames Rivers Trust, shares with us an ecosystem approach to the River Thames.
Denmark’s Ministry of Environment is leading the nation’s efforts on climate change mitigation and developing a circular economy.
Aarthi JanakiRaman, Research Director, Chemicals and Advanced Materials at TechVision, charts the rising importance of soil health for sustainable agriculture.
What can we learn from the discovery of hundreds of ancient footprints belonging to animals and humans on a Merseyside beach?
Saj Huq, head of innovation at Plexal discusses national security amongst nation states, and the need for better technology, ideas and innovations.
If supported, small- and medium-sized research infrastructures have the potential to boost the resilience of European society.
Agricultural and energy industries are beginning to make shifts toward more sustainable, eco-friendly practices, like regenerative agriculture to reduce climate impact.
As the effects of global warming induce deadly weather patterns and disruptions to ecosystems, researchers analyse the outcomes of animals and climate change.
Hot weather, dry conditions and record temperatures in the UK mean an increased risk of extreme wildfires, say experts.
Studies demonstrate the importance of nature for human wellbeing by linking the nonmaterial contributions of ecosystems to people's overall health.
Yields of crops visited by insect pollinators like bees produce a more stable food supply and help stabilise food prices.
With heatwaves across the globe, many are concerned about agriculture and dehydrated plants - it turns out plants produce their own aspirin.
A large, year-round ozone hole, seven times larger than the Antarctic ozone hole, has only recently been discovered despite existing since the 1980s.
The Nature Restoration Law aims to restore damaged ecosystems and bring nature back across Europe, as well as reduce the use and risk of chemical pesticides by 50% by 2030.
At a time when plants could help solve global environmental problems, scientists warn we must become more in touch with botanical education.
Pandas survive on a diet of bamboo, despite being bears. Why is this? The panda's long evolutionary history offers an answer.
The discovery of a giant new dinosaur may explain why the T-Rex and so many other prehistoric meat-eaters had such tiny arms.