Archive For April 28, 2022
Overview Climate change is proceeding faster at the poles than any other region, with sea-ice retreating, glaciers melting and biotic communities being invaded by sub-polar species. These changes are affecting … The post BIOPOLE appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
The current site will need to close so the land it is on can be restored by December 2024.
Crews arrived to find a wind turbine well alight including the motor and blades
The wind turbine is out of action after it burst into flames.
A new study featuring contributions from British Antarctic Survey (BAS) scientists has identified 100 pressing research questions on climate change and water resources in the Upper Indus Basin (UIB) that must be answered to protect the communities that live there. The post Study sets course for crucial research on Himalayan waters appeared first on British…
Solar farm capable of generating power for 14,200 homes approved for South Cambridgeshire countryside
Stargoose Solar Energy Farm will generate 50MW.
The proposals for the site in Whittlesey had been met with backlash from some in the area.
£10,000 for year-long programme of workshops and events to tackle climate change through fashion and textile recycling
Localized impacts and economic implications from high temperature disruption days under climate change
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Reference: Date: Fri, 04/08/2022 East Cambridgeshire District Council has underlined its commitment to going green by signing up to the Investors in the Environment accreditation programme. The Council, which declared a climate emergency in 2019, is the first local authority in Cambridgeshire to sign up to the scheme. It hopes becoming independently accredited as an…