Conservation scientists working in partnership with practitioners and policy makers are building practical tools for real-world conservation.
Innovative approaches for protecting the future of Sierra Leone’s Gola Forest – globally important for its biodiversity and its carbon reserves – are being developed by a collaboration of conservation agencies and University of Cambridge researchers.
A new project has shown that by using existing sources of information about traffic flow it is possible to create a minute-by-minute image of congestion in cities.
Every year we make 10 times our own bodyweight of steel, aluminium, cement, plastics and paper, for every person alive, using a fifth of all the world’s energy supply to do so. Now researchers are releasing a manifesto to change that and help cut carbon emissions. And they’ve also released an album of songs to go with it.
New data obtained by researchers shows that electrical energy consumption in England's schools has gone up, even as heating demand has fallen, with academies consistently using more energy than other institutions.
New collaboration aims to address the growing demand for food and fuel by improving the process of photosynthesis.