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Pupils find climate change in the Peak District

14 April 2015

On the eve of the peak district national park anniversary, climate change is looming as a major challenge. But local pupils are keeping an eye on the health of the moorlands - as part of the festival...

Still ship pollution in regulated zones

08 April 2015

Regulations controlling air pollution from ships might be ineffective, suggests esrc-funded research. A minority of berthing ships in the uk and sweden are burning high-sulphur fuel in restricted cont...

Climate change downgrade in the recession

08 April 2015

As we enter climate week, poll results have revealed that public concern about environmental issues and climate change has sunk to a 20-year low since the beginning of the global financial crisis


03 April 2014

Recent record rainfall and flooding across the uk have raised questions about how we manage our environment, deal with flooding and build a resilient infrastructure. Esrc-funded academics have been lo...

IPCC report: "Climate change is already happening"

01 April 2014

It’s the "most comprehensive assessment to date" of the impacts of climate change. Esrc-funded researchers have contributed to the latest report from un's intergovernmental panel on climate change (...

Making money grow on trees

19 November 2013

The espa-funded mikoko pamoja carbon credit project aims to generate â£7,500 a year for villages in kenya's gazi bay - by preserving mangrove swamps and selling carbon credits to business

Eavesdropping on the climate change debate

20 May 2013

A study of climate change as a social issue shows how the debate affects the views and attitudes of individuals and groups, and highlights how climate change is perceived differently across countries. ...

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