Archive For April 30, 2020
New figures reveal that waste and recycling collected from Fenland homes has shot up by 17% since coronavirus lockdown measures were introduced.
More than 1,000 acres of farmland are being given back to nature in a bid to boost biodiversity and cut carbon emissions.
Image: You. Smart. Thing. Covid-19 Essential Travel Assistant. A virtual travel assistant that can help users make socially distanced journeys – including when travelling on public transport – could help us as we emerge from lockdown. So says Janet Wang, an alumna of this department, who is working with Birmingham-based travel management company You. Smart….
Councils are being asked to plan the organised re-opening of household waste recycling sites.
Bosses at Suffolk’s waste and recycling centres have confirmed they are not yet in a position to open, despite plans in other parts of the country for closures to be eased.
Cambridgeshire County Council has been discussing the desire to reopen ‘tips’ – and the challenges of doing so.
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When we see news reports on climate change on our TV, they are often accompanied by footage of a polar bear walking over the icy Arctic landscape. But the Arctic …
Researchers at MRC Toxicology Unit release preliminary findings.
Areas with higher air pollution levels appear to have also registered more coronavirus-related deaths