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Redefining the Haber-Bosch loop

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Redefining the Haber-Bosch loop

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CUILS: ‘The Challenges Facing International Criminal Law’

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Hosted by the Cambridge University International Law Society. Can we use international criminal law to tackle the climate emergency? What changes could be made to the International Criminal Court (ICC) to improve how it functions? Will the new U.S. President Joe Biden change America’s hostile stance to the ICC? These…

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ClimateWise annual review highlights insurance sector’s role in shaping resilience to climate change

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17 February 2021 – ClimateWise Principles Review indicates significant improvement in climate-related disclosure of insurers and highlights sector’s vital role in shaping resilience to climate change.

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Newsletter Spring 2021

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Newsletter Spring 2021

Newsletter Spring 2021 Newsletter Spring 2021 jar35 Tue, 09/02/2021 – 12:51 Ethical Capitalism, in the Age of Abolition and Now Image There’s a saying that history doesn’t repeat itself, but that it often rhymes. In the case of my new book, Not Made By Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition (Harvard, 2020) the research and…

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Laudes Research Assistant / Research Associate / Senior Research Associate in timber construction, policy, and climate change x 2 (Fixed Term)

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Regional diversity of maritime Antarctic soil fungi and predicted responses of guilds and growth forms to climate change

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The post Regional diversity of maritime Antarctic soil fungi and predicted responses of guilds and growth forms to climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Future risk for Southern Ocean ecosystem services under climate change

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The post Future risk for Southern Ocean ecosystem services under climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Lightning strikes twice for Molecule of the Year

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Lightning strikes twice for Molecule of the Year

Artist’s interpretation of the new molecule, courtesy Cambridge Photography Wednesday, January 6, 2021 For the second year running, researchers in the Nitschke group have had a molecule crowned as C & EN’s Molecule of the Year. The porous ionic liquid prepared by postgraduate student Lillian Ma was chosen by readers of Chemical & Engineering News…

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The Department would like congratulate PhD student Maria Paz Gutierrez on being shortlisted for this year’s President’s Awards for Research in their annual theme of Climate Change

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Sustainable hydrogen production a step closer

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Sustainable hydrogen production a step closer

Courtesy Department of Chemistry Photography Thursday, January 7, 2021 The creation of hydrogen from sunlight and waste has received funding to support development towards commercialisation. Photoreforming is a process which uses sunlight to transform biomass, food and plastic waste into hydrogen. Now researchers in the Reisner group have received a European Research Council Proof of…

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