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High temperatures and rail strikes: What you need to know for UK travel

Rail services advise people only use trains if essential, as UK travel has been unadvised due to high temperatures and upcoming rail strikes.
Scientific laboratory growing Arabidopsis plants in individual tubs

Plants produce aspirin to cope in heatwaves

With heatwaves across the globe, many are concerned about agriculture and dehydrated plants - it turns out plants produce their own aspirin.
a picture of the sky with the sun in the centre, illustrating the heatwave

Maintaining your sodium levels in a heatwave

Most of the time, we are told to cut down on the amount of salt in our diet, as this increases blood pressure and is a significant risk factor for heart disease and stroke, however, in a heatwave, things are rather different.
England, british heatwaves, temperature

British heatwaves increase severe illness with ‘risk to life’ warnings

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for the British heatwaves occurring in the next week, with temperatures to reach over 35°c in July.
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 .
district heating, Russian fossil fuels

District heating is necessary to repower EU’s heating sector

Carsten Østergård Pedersen, Rune Kaagaard Sørensen and Asbjørn Ebbesen discuss the necessity of district heating to speed up the phasing out of Russian fossil fuels.

Correlation of electrolyte properties, gas formation and heat generation by electrochemical-calorimetric methods

Dr Carlos Ziebert, leader of the group Batteries – Calorimetry and Safety, KIT, explains how electrochemical-calorimetric methods help to establish relevant correlations for improved batteries.
Vasovagal syncope, heat, dehydration

What is vasovagal syncope and why do some people faint in the sun?

Vasovagal syncope is when a person suddenly loses consciousness and faints as a result of overheating, emotional distress, or even the sight of blood.
early heat, heatwaves

Early heat in South Asia is 30 times more likely due to climate change

India and Pakistan and other significantly large parts of South Asia have experienced prolonged, early heat, due to extreme weather conditions and climate change.
decarbonising the NHS, net-zero

The path to net-zero: Decarbonising the NHS estate

Cameron Hawkins, Head of Energy and Environment at NHS Property Services (NHSPS), describes the path to net-zero when it comes to decarbonising the NHS estate.
ocean warming

Deep ocean warming to increase by 0.2°C in the next 50 years

Scientists say deep ocean warming will increase by 0.2°C, as they find excess heat from the subtropical North Atlantic - at depths of 700m.
sustainability in the food retail sector

Sustainability in the food retail sector: Ready, steady, GO!

Francesco Mastrapasqua, Institutional Affairs Manager at EPTA SPA, underlines what we need to know about sustainability in the food retail sector.
Heating sector

Energy efficiency must be prioritised first in heating

Carsten Østergård Pedersen, Rune Kaagaard Sørensen and Asbjørn Bjerregaard Ebbesen from Grundfos Holding A/S argue that energy efficiency should be prioritised first in heating
Dynamic Thermal Rating

Dynamic Thermal Rating technologies: The Slovenian case

Andrej Souvent, CEO of Operato d.o.o. discusses boosting the power grid by using Dynamic Thermal Rating technologies (DTR)
strategic heat planning

Heating: Planning our way out of the climate crisis

Grundfos Holding A/S explains the future of heating in Europe, as we plan our way out of the climate crisis
green benefits

Are green benefits enough to sell net-zero?

Catherine Hunter, Senior Account Manager at Aspectus Group, discusses why we need to reframe the conversation on selling net-zero past just the green benefits.
sector coupling

The flexible district heating – sector coupling

Here, Grundfos Holding A/S tell us how district heating can effectively contribute to the green energy transition through sector coupling.
heat-related deaths, heat exposure

Scientists say “substantial heat-related” deaths are increasing

New research, published in The Lancet, highlights that "substantial heat-related" deaths are increasing and global warming continues to impact the most vulnerable people.
District heating digitalisation

District heating digitalisation contributes to reaching 2030 EU climate targets

Sten Linnell, Digital Product Owner at Grundfos Holding A/S, explains how using data can simultaneously save the district heating sector money and reduce CO2 emissions.
road to net zero

Decarbonising heat: The road to net zero

Pete Mills, Commercial Technical Operations Manager for Bosch Commercial & Industrial, describes the challenges and vast opportunities when transitioning to decarbonised heating systems in the UK.

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