environment

Lisa Sanditz: Mud Season

Paintings made during lockdown reimagine and rework the tradition of the Romantic landscape in the time of global health pandemics and Trump-era America....

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We Are Nrvs: A View

Audio visual resistance punk duo NRVS present their manifesto of digital primitivism. ...

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Landmark Exhibition to Explore the Fragility of the Natural World

Paradise Lost, the first UK solo exhibition by visual artist Jan Hendrix, will convey his response to the transformation of Botany Bay in Australia....

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Not For Her…

A poetography piece dedicated to Greta Thunberg, by photojournalist Julio Etchart....

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More Authenticity, Less Plastic – Cambridge Folk Festival 2019 Delivers On All Fronts

CFF 2019 showcased some incredible new talent. Amy Montgomery is one of the few performers who stops you dead in your tracks and forces you to lower your lens to breathe in the sheer brilliance of it...

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“Are We Going to Be the Last Generation on This Planet?”

Extinction Rebellion is a moving reminder of the strategy by the environmental coalition of protesters to engage in peaceful protest around the world....

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Just a Lonely Plastic Bottle…

Just a lonely plastic bottle... the self-mutilating symbol of our suicidal age....

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Invasive Snakes Hitchhiking With US Military

A research team has been studying why a type of cat-eyed snake has been so effective at devastating native bird populations on the island of Guam....

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2018 Is On The Shimmering Horizon

Trebuchet could not countenance summer without the Cambridge Folk Festival. At the curational helm of 2018’s vaunted cross-pollination with Newport folk fest is Rhiannon Giddens, whose Baez-like...

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20% of America’s Gassiest Citizens Produce Half Its Diet-Related Gas

20 percent of Americans are responsible for almost half of US food-related greenhouse gas emissions...

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Have a Wee Drink? Urine Trouble if You Don’t

Taste test gauges how recycled wastewater performs against bottled and tap water...

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Buzz, Feed? Keeping up with the Bees

Worldwide importance of honey bees for natural habitats captured in new report...

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Are You Prepped? Post-Brexit Dirty Turkey Terror

Risk of 'dirty' turkey after Brexit if UK strikes a US trade deal...

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The Physics of Coffee and How They’ll Fix Oceans

Layering in cafe lattes yields insights for engineering, medicine and environment...

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Greenouse Gases, Atmospheric Methane – Cows Say ‘It Wasn’t Us!’

Researchers establish long-sought source of ocean methane ...

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Do Mekong River Dams Need to Ruin Villages?

Towards an algorithm for dam operators that will increase fish harvests and still generate power...

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Glycine: Cheap, Readily Available Energy. But From Where?

Researchers generate electricity from low-cost biomaterial ...

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Electric Cars, Perpetual Motion and the Home Energy Mobius Strip

Energy from electric cars could power our lives - but only if we improve the system ...

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The Many Uses of Dead Baby Whales

Blue Planet II's weekly reminder that you are a sh*t...

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The Flip Side: Are Blue Whales Left or Right ‘Handed’?

Scientists discover most blue whales are 'right-handed' - except when they swim upward ...

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Be Nice to Cows, Science Says So

Brazilian study shows how small changes on farms can lower stress levels of cattle...

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Mega-Rats! Does Accelerated Living = Accelerated Evolution?

Explosion of rats, clovers, bedbugs, mosquitoes unintended evolutionary consequence of urbanization...

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Don’t Throw Stones! Inside the Smart Solar Greenhouse

Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow healthy crops ...

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The Trump Effect: Blaming Liberals for Ecology

Rise of populism affects wildlife management in US ...

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Avoiding Mouldy Wine? Nature Knows Best

Wild grape yeast could be more effective than pesticides in preventing grape molds ...

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Want More Attentive Kids? Get Them to the Green Spaces

Living close to green spaces is associated with better attention in children ...

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Desalination: Cleaner, Better Ways to Turn Deserts Green

MIT researchers tackle what happens when the river runs dry...

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Capitalism. Either it Goes, or We Do

The city's pantheon of possibility has been scoured away. Whither now?...

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Love the Sea? Clean the Sea!

People's love of the seas could be the key for plastic pollution solution...

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Hurricanes are Real, Even if You Deny Climate Change

Post-Irma, the desperate pseudoscience of deniers is a cacophony of crazy ...

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