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Successful projects announced for €3m research programme looking at offshore wind impacts

Wind power developer Vattenfall has awarded €3million of research funding to projects that promise to offer insight into the socio-economic impact of …

Aerial mapping firm launches tree failure risk tool

In partnership with the University of Lancaster, aerial mapping company Bluesky has launched a new tool which can be used to predict the likelihood of trees …

Fungi-on-plant-roots discovery has implications for sustainable agriculature and biotech

Nature’s most widespread and longest-lasting symbiotic relationship shows green promise for agriculture and biotechnology, say researchers One of biology’s …

Study aims to reveal cause of dwindling salmon numbers

The Atlantic Salmon Trust is hoping to reverse a century of decline in wild salmon numbers by announcing a major new study into their movements. Often called …

‘Agricultural revolution’ in Anglo-Saxon England sheds new light on medieval land use

Researchers from the University of Leicester will be shedding new light on how an ‘agricultural revolution’ in Anglo-Saxon England fueled the growth of …

New service aims to bridge gap between traditional air quality assessment practice and ecological expertise

EPR, a planning-focused ecological survey and design consultancy, has launched a standalone Air Quality Assessment service that it says bridges the gap between …

UK start-up aims to stop illegal trawling and fishing using underwater structures

A small Devon-based company proposes to block illegal fishing boats and trawlers in the world’s oceans by deploying artificial reef structures on the …

Manchester group uses trees and green infrastructure to combat flooding and pollution

City of Trees – a group attempting to coordinate stakeholders and community groups across Greater Manchester for the purposes of restoring woodland …

New tool can help estimate genetically modified pollen spread

Food purists may have cause to celebrate thanks to a recent international study directed by the University of British Columbia. The study, which evaluated the …

Curlews and puffins join the RSPB’s red list, but golden eagles are doing better

A report compiled by the RSPB and others warns that more than one quarter of UK birds are ‘red listed’ and in need of urgent conservation efforts, …


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