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Greening existing homes - a herculean task says report

16 April 2015

A new joint economic and social research council and technology strategy board publication highlights the need to focus on improving the energy efficiency of millions of buildings in britain that will...

Sussex youths debate solutions to climate change

16 April 2015

Two teams of sussex sixth-formers will debate the best way to tackle climate change on 11 march at the university of sussex. One team of 16-18 year olds will argue for a technological fix for climate...

The first steps to Understanding Society

16 April 2015

The first findings from the world’s largest study of households are now published. With data on our working lives, relationships, health, finances and neighbourhoods the understanding society public...

UK cyclists take different paths

15 April 2015

Vast differences in cycling cultures have been found in uk cities; for some cycling is a traditional transport accessible to all while for others it is a new edgy, urban subculture according to recent...

If plants could talk, what would they say?

10 March 2015

If plants could speak they will boast about being part of remedies such as the common aspirin to a leukaemia drug derived from the rosy periwinkle. Over a quarter of western medicines contain plant to...

School kids digest the future of food

10 March 2015

Locally produced and organic food is best for us and the environment. True or false? More than 90 secondary school children will be chewing over that question during a one day multi-activity event org...

Saving Peak District moorlands

10 March 2015

Seventy-five per cent of the world's heather moorlands are in the uk. However, pollution, overgrazing and wild fires have damaged large areas. Several organisations in the peak district national park...

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