Debt for Climate protesters say post-colonial debt ‘is the knee on the neck of global south’
Introduction According to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, human activities have been the dominant driver of global climate change since the mid-20th century. Antarctica, and the Southern Ocean that surrounds … The post Antarctica and climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
Introduction Reports suggest that climate change is putting some penguin species in peril. Scientists at British Antarctic Survey investigating long-term changes in penguin populations report what’s happening to these iconic … The post Penguins and climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.
Greater Cambridge’s second electric bin lorry arrives as zero carbon fleet drive continues
A commitment was made by the district council to become net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and to also double nature in the district as well.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority will discuss funding of almost £5m for seven projects at its board meeting on Monday, June 27.
After Strawberry Fair meditation, Extinction Rebellion revisit Schlumberger and Senate House
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Speaker: Karla Zambrano González (University of Valencia, Spain) She is an EU Climate Pact Ambassador and PhD candidate at University of Valencia, Spain. Her research is entitled: “The challenge of climate change in international and European law” and it is being conducted by Prof. Dr. Valentín Bou Franch. Her principal…
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