Archive For August 31, 2021

How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

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Work will begin soon to create new areas for butterflies at reserves.

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Cambridgeshire Police: Arrest after suspected burglary at Bluntisham recycling centre

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It is not the first time that thieves have targeted the centre for its car batteries and scrap metal

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New Combined Authority roles created for public health and environment and climate change

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Cllr Chris Boden and Cllr Bridget Smith are taken up the new portfolios.

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Business Board chair visits new £1.25m agritech hub in Soham

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Combined Authority head praises new polytunnels, solar farm, glasshouse, heat pump and upgraded water facilities

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High geothermal heat flow beneath Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica inferred from aeromagnetic data.

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The post High geothermal heat flow beneath Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica inferred from aeromagnetic data. appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community

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Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community

Warming water and receding sea ice in the Western Antarctic Peninsula is changing the local plankton community with potential consequences for climate change, according to research led by scientists from … The post Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Last chance for budding young designers to create two new mazes to celebrate Queen’s Green Canopy

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Reference:  Date:  Mon, 08/16/2021 East Cambridgeshire District Council is calling on young people across the district to get involved in their maze designing competition. The Council is looking for two creative plans from budding designers which will then be planted at Ely Country Park using hornbeam trees within the next planting season. The two tree-based…

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Extinction Rebellion Cambridge protest at the BBC over climate change coverage

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Action at science park base of UK broadcaster as extreme weather events cause new levels of devastation

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Extinction Rebellion Cambridge vows to return to streets as convictions are overturned

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Environmental campaigners win slew of victories for right to protest as Crown Prosecution Service drops cases

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Climate change will transform cooling effects of volcanic eruptions, study suggests

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Climate change will transform cooling effects of volcanic eruptions, study suggests

Simulation of global sulfur gas concentrations courtesy Thomas Aubry, University of Cambridge Wednesday, August 11, 2021 Researchers have shown that human-caused climate change will have important consequences for how volcanic gases interact with the atmosphere. Researchers from this Department, the Department of Geography and the Met Office say that large-magnitude eruptions will have greater effects…

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