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Archive For November 30, 2020

What can museum specimens tell us about climate change?

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The humble blue mussel is fighting to protect itself from environmental change and increased predation by building itself a thicker shell. The unexpected phenomenon, tracked by researchers through generations of museum specimens, shows that climate change can have complex localized impacts that cannot be predicted by global experimental models.

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The Martin Centre Research Seminar Series: The Dash for Electricity: Will Electric Heating Allow the UK to Meet its Climate Change Targets?

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Jason Palmer (Director, Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd and Cambridge Energy Ltd)

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Black Friday is target for Extinction Rebellion Cambridge ire

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Climate protest group decries reluctance to repair and reuse

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Inhibitory effects of climate change on the growth and extracellular enzyme activities of a widespread Antarctic soil fungus

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Inhibitory effects of climate change on the growth and extracellular enzyme activities of a widespread Antarctic soil fungus

The post Inhibitory effects of climate change on the growth and extracellular enzyme activities of a widespread Antarctic soil fungus appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Solar farm capable of powering 14,000 homes could be built between villages

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A village south of Norwich could become a site of a new solar farm capable of generating enough power for more than 14,000 homes.

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Safety fears over closure of cycle path off NDR

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Safety concerns have been raised for cyclists, walkers and runners after a lane has been temporarily blocked while a recycling centre road is built.

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Last few days to have your say on Climate Change SPD Consultation

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Date:  Thu, 11/19/2020   We are asking residents, businesses and organisations to have their say in the final days of its Climate Change Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) consultation.    The consultation, which commenced on 13th October, is due to close on Monday 23rd November.    The Climate Change SPD aims to help the planning system…

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New recycling plant could generate 550 lorry trips a week, create jobs and operate six days a week

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Buildings within the former Saxon brickworks in Whittlesey could become a huge waste recycling plant handling 500,000 tonnes a year.

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A day in the life of an Anglian Water field technician in water recycling

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Walk a mile in the shoes of Geoff Everett, field technician in water recycling for Anglian Water. Here he explains how his work keeps your taps flowing while helping to protect the environment.

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New recycling plant could generate 550 lorry trips a week, create jobs, and operate 24/7, six days a week

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Buildings within the former Saxon brickworks in Whittlesey could become a huge waste recycling plant handling 500,000 tonnes a year.

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