“This unprecedented joint publication shows our global concern and how we want to be part of acting on climate change.”
A 5 year project is taking place which will look at how urban areas can transform into more healthy living spaces.
“On July 19, 2021—branded as Freedom Day—almost all restrictions are set to end. We believe this decision is dangerous and premature.”
“ My freedom affects your freedom “Professor Stephen Reicher (Bishop Wardlaw Professor of Social Psychology at the University of St Andrews and a member of the SAGE subcommittee on behaviour science)
Over 3 million people have died in the world as a result of contracting the highly infectious Covid19 virus. 128,000 in the UK and of that 7,661 have been in Scotland.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has launched a new campaign Summer to Recover: Winter-Proofing Urgent and Emergency Care for 2021.
“When we erode biodiversity, we favour species that are more likely to be zoonotic hosts, increasing our risk of spillover events.”
People’s politics and values are exerting a bigger influence on how much of a threat they feel from COVID-19 compared to objective indicators such as the number of confirmed cases.
The UK soft drinks industry levy (SDIL) is a two tiered tax levied on soft drinks manufacturers from April 2018 to encourage them to reduce the sugar content in their products.
It’s an old saying, ‘Ignorance is bliss’. It is used to persuade us that it is better for you if you do not know all the facts.