Archive For August 24, 2019
Seeing red as climate protest turns into mythic theatre
Global environmental change is generally bad news for life on Earth. But the future may not be entirely doom and gloom. Cambridge biologist Luca Telesca and colleagues have conducted the first large-scale examination of natural variation in biomineralisation in ecologically and economically important Atlantic mussel species Mytilus edulis and M. trossulus within their natural habitats….
Recycling Centres E permit scheme for vans and trailers set to be introduced
September 2019: Climate change has the potential to erode human rights, such as social security, access to food, healthcare, shelter, and decent work. The report identifies government leadership and private sector investments as key drivers to adapt current human rights mechanisms.
Applications invited for three city council grants – tackling inequality, homelessness and climate change
New study reveals the first evidence of a direct link between human-induced global warming and melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet.
We’re delighted to announce that Srinivasan Keshav will be joining the Department from October, as the new Robert Sansom Professor of Computer Science. At Cambridge, Professor Srinivasan Keshav will be working broadly on using techniques and technologies from computer science to encourage the adoption of renewable energy, reduce the carbon footprint of legacy systems, and…