Archive For March 29, 2023
The Greenland Ice Sheet is decaying at an accelerating rate in response to climate change. Warm ocean waters moving through the fjords eventually meet the faces of marine-terminating glaciers, increasing … The post KANG-GLAC appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
The Southern Ocean regulates the global climate by controlling heat and carbon exchanges between the atmosphere and the ocean. Rates of climate change on decadal time scales ultimately depend on … The post SO-CHIC appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
People living nearby were urged to keep doors and windows closed while firefighters tackled the blaze
Professor Dame Clare Grey has a leading role in the research, courtesy Chemistry Photography Thursday, March 30, 2023 Professor Dame Clare Grey of this department will take a leading role in a new £29 million funding commitment to UK battery research. The Faraday Institution announced today the £29 million investment in six key battery research…
Biggest heat pump at a UK school now in use – and £3.1m network will save it thousands of pounds a year
60 boreholes running 200m deep will help it cut carbon emissions from heating by 70%.
image of cells and electrons during photosynthesis Wednesday, March 22, 2023 An in-depth study of photosynthesis could lead to new ways of generating clean fuel and renewable energy. Dr Jenny Zhang from this department has coordinated an international team of physicists, chemists and biologists to study the earliest stages of photosynthesis in live cells at…
Land suggestions for new homes, as well as for community uses, flood mitigation, and renewable energy generation are being asked for by Huntingdonshire District Council.
Reply to Yang et al.: Global warming and black carbon simultaneously lead to glacier mass decline over the southeastern Tibetan Plateau [Response]
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Reference: Date: Thu, 03/16/2023 Recycling lorries across East Cambridgeshire could soon be running on vegetable oil. East Cambridgeshire District Council plans to buy 10 new eco-friendly recycling vehicles – which will be converted to run on Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO). HVO generates 90 per cent less carbon than a traditional diesel fuel vehicle helping the…
Council partners up to offer climate change training sessions for residents