Archive For May 24, 2022
A new report published today (Tuesday 24 May) sends a strong message to countries responsible for Antarctic governance meeting this week in Berlin, that there’s a need for urgent action on minimising climate change impacts in Antarctica and their far-reaching global consequences. The post Report highlights impact of changes in Antarctica appeared first on British…
‘If XR didn’t disrupt people’s lives no one would take notice’ say readers as protesters block traffic
We asked CambridgeshireLive readers if blocking traffic was a fair way to tackle climate change
Date: Wed, 05/11/2022 Three fabulous designs by young people in East Cambridgeshire have been selected to help East Cambridgeshire District Council celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The Council ran an artwork competition over the Easter Holidays based on the theme “Plant a tree for the Jubilee.” Each winner will get to see their designs…
Cambridge MP, Daniel Zeichner, has hit out at the lack of measures to help with the Cost of Living crisis and climate crisis
Extinction Rebellion protesters have been branded ‘hypocrites’
Firefighters arrived at the Mick George on Cowley Road in morning (May 7)
A witness said they saw "a dozen people just waltz into Barclays"
The fire is thought to have started at the Mick George site on Cowley Road
The map will tell you about levels of pollutants PM2.5 and PM10, which are small particles in the air that can cause lung problems
Fungal diversity in a sediment core from climate change impacted Boeckella Lake, Hope Bay, north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula assessed using metabarcoding
The post Fungal diversity in a sediment core from climate change impacted Boeckella Lake, Hope Bay, north-eastern Antarctic Peninsula assessed using metabarcoding appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.