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Barbara Leach; Richard Swannell
April 2017

environmental SCIENTIST | Feeding the nine billion | February 2017


Around a third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted from the farm to the fork. This huge level of inefficiency has economic, social, and environmental impacts. Food loss and...

Duane Ager & William Pope
February 2017

Our February 2016 edition of the environmental SCIENTIST Growing in space: Science beyond the biosphere sparked our members’ interest. On a related issue, we recently received a question which we thought was worth exploring in more detail: “Does silicon-based life exist – and if not...

Jonny Hazell
February 2017

environmental SCIENTIST | Quadrophilia: How decentralisation has helped the environment | November 2016


For a subject that is far from the top of the Westminster Government’s in-tray, waste and resources policy has proved a surprisingly hot topic for the Scottish and...

Gitte Kragh
August 2016

environmental SCIENTIST | They Walk Among Us: The Rise of Citizen Science | August 2016


Millions of people worldwide spend their valuable time engaged in volunteering. Why? It all starts with the concept of motivation and therefore exploring motivations can...

Chloe Fletcher
August 2016

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is fundamental to an environmental professional’s career. It offers individuals the opportunity to augment their ability within the workplace by furthering their knowledge of a discipline, demonstrating professional achievements, enhancing career...

Thomas Graham
February 2016

environmental SCIENTIST | Growing in Space: Science Beyond the Biosphere | February 2016


The flow of scientific and technological advances from spaceflight research and development to Earth-based applications is both varied and substantial1. Historically, NASA...

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