A recent study suggests a unique solution to ‘re-stocking’ arctic sea ice being destroyed by increasing global temperatures
Authors Adam Corner and Jamie Clarke suggest a fresh approach to engaging the public in to taking action against climate change.
A farmer can remember what has happened last year and the year before, and can prepare accordingly. But what about plants? How can they pass on their experience to their offspring?
The global climate is changing and many species are responding by shifting their distributions to track climate changes. Thus species are expanding northwards as new areas become suitable, but disappearing from other locations that become too hot and dry. The fascination of the general public for recording animals and plants in Britain has provided a […]
Last year, Greenpeace revealed that scientists were receiving money from fossil fuel companies to cast doubt on climate change. Is your research for sale, too?
Have we done enough to help our planet? Discover what we could be doing for the future in order to; become more sustainable, to be less dependent on Earth’s natural resources and to generally do better. Come and visit I, Science at Sew-lar and the City, investigate the future of solar energy in our cities whilst utilising your sewing […]
Find out what happened when we spent a day with the orchids ‘visiteering’ at the Natural History Museum.