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Environment - Campus - 14.01.2022

Environment - Administration - 14.01.2022
Electricity Regulation with Equity and Justice for All
Electricity Regulation with Equity and Justice for All
Berkeley Lab report outlines systemic changes needed to advance equity in electric utility regulation Poring over the line items on your monthly electricity bill may not sound like an enticing way to

Environment - 13.01.2022
Reducing air pollution: policies that pay off
Reducing air pollution: policies that pay off
Every year in France, fine particle pollution (particles with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometres 1 ) leads to the premature death of around 40,000 people.

Environment - 13.01.2022
What will it take to save the regent honeyeater?
What will it take to save the regent honeyeater?
New research from The Australian National University (ANU) shows unless conservation actions are urgently stepped up, one of our most beautiful songbirds, the regent honeyeater, will be extinct withi

Environment - Earth Sciences - 13.01.2022
Atmospheric River Storm Observations over Pacific Ocean to Expand This Winter
Filling data gaps will improve precipitation forecasts for western states "Hurricane Hunter" aircraft are mobilizing for an expanded 13-week period that began Jan.

Environment - Campus - 13.01.2022

Health - Environment - 13.01.2022
Opinion: We studied the sounds of mosquitoes' mating rituals - our findings could help fight malaria
Opinion: We studied the sounds of mosquitoes’ mating rituals - our findings could help fight malaria
Managing the mosquito population is increasingly important as infections related to the insect are expected to rise due to climate change, argue Professor Joerg Albert, Dr Alex Alampounti (both UCL Ear Institute) and PhD candidate Marcos Georgiades (UCL division of Biosciences).

Environment - 12.01.2022
Swamp soundtrack brings Murrumbidgee to life online
Swamp soundtrack brings Murrumbidgee to life online
A wetland on the Murrumbidgee River has been brought to life in a whole new way, thanks to an interactive website showcasing its unique inhabitants.   The Sound of Water  is a collaboration between r

Environment - Materials Science - 12.01.2022

Innovation - Environment - 11.01.2022

Campus - Environment - 11.01.2022

Environment - Campus - 11.01.2022

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 11.01.2022
Safe drinking water remains out of reach for many Californians
The first comprehensive analysis of drinking water quality in California finds that 370,000 or more rely on drinking water that may contain unsafe chemical contaminants and that communities of color are more likely to be impacted.

Environment - 11.01.2022
Q&A: Bringing a justice lens to wildlife management
Q&A: Bringing a justice lens to wildlife management
Almost all of the world's 31 largest carnivore species, including gray wolves, grizzly bears, cheetahs and lions, have been impacted by human development and activity.

Environment - 10.01.2022
UWaterloo opens new aquatic threats research facility to study the impact of climate change on fish stress
Preparing for an online start to the winter term: for more information. The new multimillion-dollar facility will allow researchers to bridge the gap between lab and fieldwork Fish have a lot to stress about right now.

Social Sciences - Environment - 10.01.2022

Environment - Campus - 10.01.2022
Transforming waste, industrial by-products to curb environmental impact
The climate change crisis and the push for sustainable technologies are driving the work of five engineering professors and their research teams at Western's Institute for Chemicals and Fuels from Alternative Resources ( ICFAR ).

Environment - Astronomy / Space Science - 07.01.2022
’Don’t look up’: Real-world scientists comment on new movie’s climate message
EXPERTS ADVISORY In the new Netflix movie "Don't Look Up,” two actors playing fictional Michigan State University astronomers discover a comet on a collision course with Earth and struggle to convince people to take them seriously.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 06.01.2022
New year’s mission to start new phase of exoplanet research
Share this page Share on Twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on email A mission to one of the coldest and most remote places on earth will enable a new phase in the search for distant planetary systems.

Environment - Economics / Business - 05.01.2022
Suggested article titleDiscourses of sustainability and imperial modes of food provision: agri-food-businesses and consumers in Germany
It is widely accepted that overcoming the social-ecological crises we face requires major changes to the food system.

Environment - Social Sciences - 05.01.2022
Muslims in Britain and Environmental Sustainability Conference 2021
On Monday 27 th September, 2021, the Leverhulme Trust funded Towards Inclusive Environmental Sustainability (TIES) project hosted their first online webinar "How Muslims in Britain engage with, and u

Health - Environment - 05.01.2022
Better use of office daylighting can improve people's well-being
Better use of office daylighting can improve people's well-being
A PhD candidate at EPFL studied the use of automated control systems for blinds and electric lighting to regulate the amount of daylight in an office, and found that such systems can cut a building's energy demand and stimulate occupants' circadian rhythms, improving their health and well-being.

Health - Environment - 05.01.2022
Opinion: Parklets, traffic-free zones and outdoor eating: how COVID is transforming our cities
Opinion: Parklets, traffic-free zones and outdoor eating: how COVID is transforming our cities
The changes made to our urban environments as a result of Covid-19 may help us to tackle other crises, argue Visiting Professor Dan Hill (UCL Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose) and Professor Michele Acuto (University of Melbourne).

Environment - Life Sciences - 04.01.2022
Mass die-off of Magellanic penguins seen during 2019 heat wave
Mass die-off of Magellanic penguins seen during 2019 heat wave
In June 2021, an unprecedented heat wave hit the Pacific Northwest and Canada, killing an estimated 1,400 people.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 23.12.2021
Climate and Soil Determine Distribution of Plant Traits
Climate and Soil Determine Distribution of Plant Traits
An international research team succeeded in identifying global factors that explain the diversity of form and function in plants. Led by the University of Zurich, the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena and the University of Leipzig, the researchers collected and analyzed plant data from around the world.

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 22.12.2021
Astrophysicists count down days ’til telescope launch
"This image is a composite of nine wide-angle photos of the biggest clean room at NASA Goddard when the uncovered flight primary mirror of the James Webb Space Telescope was tilted into a vertical position.

Environment - Life Sciences - 21.12.2021
New UB Antarctic campaign to study global threats affecting the marine benthos
New UB Antarctic campaign to study global threats affecting the marine benthos
Studying the impact of the anthropic pressure and the natural threats that affect the Antarctic benthos —organisms that live in the seafloor— is the main objective of the new Antarctic campaign of the Challenge research project, led by Professor Conxita Àvila, from the Faculty of Biology and the Biodiversity Research Institute ( IRBio ) of the University of Barcelona.

Physics - Environment - 20.12.2021

Materials Science - Environment - 20.12.2021
Multifunctional construction elements lower buildings' energy needs
Multifunctional construction elements lower buildings' energy needs
Engineers at EPFL have studied the use of construction slabs that serve both as structural building elements and floor heating systems.

Environment - Life Sciences - 20.12.2021
Shoots and roots respond differently to climate change
Shoots and roots respond differently to climate change
A new synthesis conducted by a group of international scientists including Madhav P. Thakur from the University of Bern reveals mismatches between aboveand belowground plant phenology due to climate change.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 17.12.2021

Astronomy / Space Science - Environment - 17.12.2021
CARMA Telescope Site Restored
On December 8, officials at the U.S. Forest Service declared the restoration of the mountainous site of the former CARMA radio telescopes to be complete.

Environment - 16.12.2021
Rethinking Switzerland's built infrastructure
Rethinking Switzerland’s built infrastructure
Buildings, roads, railways, supply and disposal networks and much more: The entire Swiss built environment is as complex as its challenges for the future - due to climate change, natural hazards, population growth and other factors.

Environment - 16.12.2021

Life Sciences - Environment - 16.12.2021
Otter populations in Wales show decline, survey suggests
Otter populations have declined in Wales, according to a survey led by Cardiff University and Natural Resources Wales.

Environment - 16.12.2021
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