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Sustainable gardening should be rewarded, according to University of Sheffield

Rewards for sustainable gardening could include reductions to council tax, water bills or assistance with resources.
Department of Biology University of Western Ontario

The stable isotope approach: Advancing government wildlife management

Here the Department of Biology from the University of Western Ontario explore how "the stable isotope approach" and annual monitoring can help in advancing government wildlife management schemes.
People sunbathing in the Park

Hold businesses accountable for protecting and restoring nature

Jenni Black, Nature Transformation Lead at the World Benchmarking Alliance, argues that we must hold businesses accountable for protecting and restoring nature.
UK’s Overseas Territories at ongoing risk from wide range of invasive species

Which invasive species could threaten the UK’s Overseas Territories?

Researchers predict which invasive species could pose a future threat to the UK’s Overseas Territories in order to conserve these rare environments.
Gritting on icy roads

EcoGrit: Environmentally conscious gritting

Gareth Ellis, the Managing Director at EcoGrit Ltd turns away from damaging products used for gritting, protecting people and the planet in icy conditions.
dead coral

Satellites will allow scientists to analyse coastal dead zones

New technology is allowing scientists to predict where, when and how long coastal dead zones persist across large regions of coastline.
A “Halloween-esque” Twist of Global Climate Change

A “Halloween-esque” Twist of Global Climate Change

Dr Pamela Lein discusses a sinister threat to human health as a result of pathogens introduced by global climate change.
agriculture production with man planting veggies in the soil

Soil health for sustainable agriculture

Aarthi JanakiRaman, Research Director, Chemicals and Advanced Materials at TechVision, charts the rising importance of soil health for sustainable agriculture.
wildflower planting in nature

Biodiversity and the benefits of nature to the workforce

Exploring the relationship between mental health, the workforce, and biodiversity, workplaces should be encouraging their employees to volunteer in nature more.
food waste scraps ready for the compost bin

How to compost: saving the planet with food waste

Compost can boost global crop production and reduce methane emitted through landfills – and it can all start in your home with unwanted food scraps.
North America Analysis July 2022

North America Analysis July 2022

We embrace Summer 2022 with our special July volume of North America Analysis, crammed with excellent editorial and prolific profile content.
climate change risks, global warming

Could the global warming limit of 1.5°C reverse climate change risks?

New research finds that if we can limit global warming to 1.5°C, this could reduce climate change risks by up to 85%, and mitigate serious harms posed to humans .

PlanetWatch – An innovative solution to a global problem

Air pollution is the largest environmental risk factor for disease and premature death in the world explains PlanetWatch's Claudio Parrinello
imbalanced hormones, hormone replacement treatment

The link between imbalanced hormones & osteoporosis

Dr Ghazala Aziz-Scott, Hormone Specialist, examines the link between imbalanced hormones and osteoporosis and why hormone treatment is so important.
european innovation potential, Pan-european innovation

European innovation potential knows no bounds

Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, calls attention to building a pan-European innovation potential ecosystem in health served with top-notch infrastructures.
global oil demand, fossil fuel

Energy experts propose four-month plan to cut global oil demand

The International Energy Agency (IEA) say that a set of actions, taken for four months, could cut global oil demand by 2.7 million barrels per day.
adhd risk, air pollution

Air pollution can increase childhood ADHD risk by 62%

Study finds that children with high exposures to air pollution, and lower exposure to green spaces have an increased risk of developing ADHD.
Addressing air quality with low emissions zones

Improving air quality with Low Emission Zones

Yunex Traffic discuss the benefits to air quality with the implementation of low emissions zones in the UK's city centres.
environmental extremes

Do environmental extremes affect voting patterns?

According to IIASA research, personal experiences of extreme weather have a lot to do with political voting patterns
nuclear energy clean, nuclear fission

Why nuclear energy is not clean or green

Dr Chanda Siddoo-Atwal, primary biochemist of Moondust Cosmetics Ltd, examines the realities of nuclear energy.

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