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David Schurk
May 2022

The time has come to fully recognize the presence of airborne contaminants in the indoor environment, including but not limited to the virus SARS-CoV-2 which results in the disease COVID-19. Concern now revolves around recent guidance suggesting that we have not seen evidence of SARS-CoV-2...

Simon Chapple & Tommy Lawson
May 2022

In this webinar, Simon Chapple and Tommy Lawson described the £10 million government capital funded IoT sensor network the University of Edinburgh is building across the whole 7,700 km2 geography of South East Scotland as part of the University’s City Region Deal Data Driven Innovation programme...

Bud Pope
April 2022

In this webinar, Bud Pope, CEO of BlueSky Resources, outlined trends in the emerging greenhouse gas and air quality sensor and data market, along with the challenges and opportunities facing industry and their stakeholders. Examples of multi-sensor deployments, data from satellite to ground,...

Paul Morgalla
April 2022

Many of the developments in digital EIA have focused on creating digital versions of assessments, such as environmental statements and non-technical summaries. While this has helped to improve engagement and communication of the assessment outputs, it hasn’t necessarily made the assessment...

Collaboration with PRAXIS
April 2022

Climate change is one of the most significant challenges of our time: global warming is causing the rise of extreme weather events and natural disasters, declining diversity of life on earth, increased disease and threats to health, loss of lives, mass displacement, and major impacts on...

Dr Sian Davies-Vollum
March 2022

Lagoons provide an array of fundamental resources and ecosystem services that are necessary for the wellbeing of coastal communities in many parts of the world. However, the sustainability of lagoons and communities who rely on them are under increasing pressure from a complex set of...