Sustainability

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Groasis is the inventor of the famous ‘plant cocoons’. They are ‘intelligent buckets’ that can be used to plant fruit trees in combination with vegetables in hot, dry and eroded areas where...
The momentous decision by the UK in 2016 to leave the EU was met with celebration by many in the fishing industry. However, since then the reality and complexity of the UK’s situation has...
As the natural world changes too quickly for comfort and with diminishing viable space for a burgeoning human population, there is a growing agreement that we need to restore damaged ...
Urban green infrastructure could make significant contributions to physical, psychological, social, and economic determinants of public health. Physical, cognitive, emotional, social, cultural, and...
There is mounting evidence that tipping points in the Earth system could become more likely than first thought. The threat of exceeding tipping points would have irreversible impact on the...
The IES and British Society of Soil Science have joined forces to deliver a series of webinars around the theme of sustainable soil remediation over the coming weeks. This webinar is the first...
Glass is an ancient material over 5000 years old, its infinitely remeltable nature means that it is likely that it has been recycled for almost as long as it has been manufactured. Increasing...

Profile

Martin Fryer is the Sustainability Manager at Mercury NZ, a 100% renewable energy generator and retailer based in New Zealand, with hydro, geothermal and solar assets. On a typical day, he can be...
Lophy Luo is an Environmental Manager at Agile Group Holdings Ltd, a real estate development company based in Hong Kong, where she is responsible for sustainability strategy and reporting. This role...

Report

We surveyed our members to find out their experiences with COVID-19. This report is intended as a quick overview of how the environmental science sector has been impacted. We explore the impacts on...

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