Climate change

Lessons from Hardwick: Bringing a local eco event to life

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Lessons from Hardwick: Bringing a local eco event to life
Hardwick’s inaugural Eco Event took place on Saturday 4th September in and around the new Cabin building and St Mary’s church. It resulted in a screening of David Attenborough’s ‘A Life on Our Planet’, 27 stall holders and 9 speakers, providing information and enthusiasm on a wide range of sustainable ideas: 41 individual Pledges to...

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E-shaped banks built in Bedfordshire to help rare butterflies

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It is hoped it the shape will help species survive against climate change.

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‘MRI scan of the Earth’ reveals extraordinary ice age landscapes beneath North Sea

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The British Antarctic Survey says it will provide a window into how today’s ice sheets may respond to climate change.

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Live M11 Stansted Airport traffic updates: Climate change protesters blocking M11 near Stansted

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Climate protesters are back blocking the M25 and are also causing delays on the M11 today

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Hill’s Knights Park development wins Housing Design Award as UK’s most sustainable residential scheme

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The Cambridge scheme was hailed as “an exemplar of designing for climate change”.

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Cambridge MP calls on government to support local councils in tackling climate change

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Cambridge MP calls on government to support local councils in tackling climate change

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner leads parliamentary debate and praises efforts in Cambridgeshire to tackle climate change

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Climate scientist recognised for outstanding research

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Climate scientist recognised for outstanding research

Dr Anja Schmidt, courtesy Gabriella Bocchetti Wednesday, September 8, 2021 Dr Anja Schmidt has been recognised by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) for significant contributions to the geophysical sciences by an outstanding early career scientist. The AGU 2021 James B. Macelwane Medal is awarded annually to three to five early career scientists in recognition of…

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Societal importance of Antarctic negative feedbacks on climate change: blue carbon gains from sea ice, ice shelf and glacier losses.

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The post Societal importance of Antarctic negative feedbacks on climate change: blue carbon gains from sea ice, ice shelf and glacier losses. appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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New strategy enables better understanding of complex materials

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New strategy enables better understanding of complex materials

Dr Christoph Schran at his desk, courtesy ICE group Monday, September 13, 2021 A new strategy to enable molecular simulations of complex systems has opened the door to a better understanding of complex materials. The powerful machine-learning framework, developed by researchers from this Department, University College London, Imperial College London and Charles University in Prague,…

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How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

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Work will begin soon to create new areas for butterflies at reserves.

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