What opportunities does Brexit present the fishing industry? Catch-up online
What does a career in environmental research now look like?
Understanding the threat of exceeding climate tipping points
The importance of softening urbanised estuary edges to increase mudflats, reedbeds and saltmarshs to increase biodiversity
Gather's work to reduce the sanitation data gap and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6
Re-greening’ the UKs coastal seas with Project Seagrass
Traditionally, soil remediation is achieved by excavation and removal for off-site disposal. Often referred to as ‘dig and dump’, the very use of the phrase indicates that it’s a wasteful methodology.
Whilst, the use of dig and dump appeared to slow through the 2000s due to increasing charges brought about by the landfill tax escalator, its use has been enabled and even promoted in recent years through the operation of soil treatment sites and reclamation facilities.
How bioacoustics are being used to determine coral reef health and marine ecosystems
Catch up on this webinar with Jonathan Atkinson from the Environment Agency
What impact have the COVID-19 restrictions had on air quality?