Understanding our biological past is a tricky business. It's like trying to build a jigsaw puzzle when most of the pieces are missing. However, bioarchaeologists at the University of Cambridge are doing just that through the study of human-environment interactions within a historic and prehistoric framework, often with surprising results.
H Lee Scott, CEO of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., will be in London today to deliver the London Lecture of The Prince of Wales's Business & the Environment Programme (BEP).
For what is believed to be the first time in the event’s 155-year history, a Cambridge college will be contributing a garden to this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
A new survey of public attitudes towards energy and the environment has shown a clear divergence between people’s views as citizens and their actions as consumers.
A ground-breaking professorship that will unify research into how to tackle the Earth’s waning biological diversity is to be created at the University of Cambridge.
Adult learners are to be given the chance to study everything from climate change to ancient Rome online with the University of Cambridge, starting this month.
Researchers are calling for tighter controls on the live reef fish trade, a growing threat to coral reefs, in letters to the international journal Science.
The Cambridge Programme for Industry has announced that fourteen senior executives of some of the UK’s leading businesses have approached the Prime Minister offering their support in taking bold steps to prevent climate change.