“Then the Lord rained upon Sodom and Gomorrah brimstone and fire from the Lord out of heaven.”
“The danger is that government focuses on immediate distractions, without developing effective strategies to identify and control new forms of risk. “-Professor John Bryson, from the University of Birmingham
“Using materials nature provides will reduce the overall impact of battery manufacture to our environment.” – Professor Yue Qi, Brown’s School of Engineering
According to a new study the ability of the Earth to reflect solar radiation back into space has been decreasing significantly over the last two decades.
“Brain-inspired computing offers an intriguing and radically different approach that is remarkably power efficient. Focusing on a centre of excellence in this area is timely.”- Professor Woods
“if sustainable development of the Arctic region, and of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands, is a priority, then the development of their communities, in ways that are acceptable to those communities, should be a priority.”
Earth’s vast habitats from the poles to the equator have robust capacity to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere due to previously undiscovered rock nitrogen weathering reactions that distribute natural fertilizers around the world.
Footprints thought to have been made by children and teenagers between 23 and 21 thousand years ago in lake shore muds at White Sands, New Mexico. (Credit Bennett et al. 2021)
Researching the use of willow tree leaves to make farming more carbon-neutral is being undertaken by the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) at Queen’s University Belfast.
MARBLES is a £6.37 million (€7.5 million), 5-year project that will develop new methods for the sustainable collection and use of biological resources from marine environments and assess their commercial potential.