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space sustainability

Improving the UK’s space sustainability with a new plan

Science Minister George Freeman has launched a new plan for space sustainability, a raft of measures which will demonstrate the UK’s commitment, ambition, and...
community conservation

Encouraging community-based management of Japanese ecosystems

The perceptions of ecosystem services have been investigated to encourage community-based management and conservation. Cherry blossoms: Vital in gaining communal support in conservation Scientists at the...
monitoring coral reef health

Monitoring coral reef health through audio recordings

New research indicates that AI technology can help with monitoring coral reef health through sound recordings. With the volume of coral reefs continuing to decline...
European Earth observation market

Analysing the current European Earth observation market

Christopher Oligschläger, Market Analyst at the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies, gives an overview of the current European Earth observation market and sets...
Earth's interior layers

University of Cambridge: First to capture image of the Earth’s interior layers

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have captured an image of the Earth’s interior layers, revealing an unusual pocket of rock at the boundary...
Subsoil

Future food security is potentially threatened by subsoil compaction

Researchers from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences have revealed that future food security in Europe, America, and Australia is threatened by subsoil compaction. What...
Ocean Warming

Deep ocean warming investigated in the subtropical North Atlantic Ocean

A research team from the University of Exeter has investigated deep ocean warming in the North Atlantic Ocean. What causes deep ocean warming? The majority of...

Unearthing links between the climate crisis and societal inequalities in Niger

RSS Hydro Geoscientist & UAV Pilot Margherita Bruscolini discusses the links between the climate crisis and societal inequalities in Niger, affected by migration, gender,...
sustainable Europe

Pursuing the transition to a more sustainable Europe by 2030

The European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) is developing inactivates to back the European Green Deal to create a more sustainable Europe by...
increased ocean warming

Lower-level ozone could be causing increased ocean warming

Scientists believe that air pollution and a lesser-known ozone layer is causing the increased ocean warming in the Southern Ocean. New research has identified a...
Green coding

Scientists are highlighting the importance of green coding technology

Scientists are analysing the benefits of producing sustainable software and preforming green coding to help combat climate change effects. Devastating climate change effects have obliged...
earth observation technology

Groundbreaking advances in Earth Observation technology

Margherita Bruscolini, Geospatial Scientist and Drone Pilot at RSS-Hydro, discusses advances in Earth observation technology and introduces WASDI – an interoperable platform facilitating a variety of applications, including disaster response tools.
sand extraction

Creating a sustainable alternative to naturally occurring sand extraction

Researchers discover a viable and more sustainable substitute to sand in order to reduce the environmental impacts of naturally occurring sand extraction. Other than water,...
Tsunami waves

A novel cosmic ray sensor can successfully observe tsunami waves

Researchers from the University of Tokyo use muon particle technology to observe and detect tsunami waves. Highly energetic particles called muons are ever present in...
Green energy solutions

Green energy solutions to reshape city landscapes

Researchers are analysing novel green energy solutions to ensure the greening of cities benefits both people and nature alike. Several cities in Europe are embracing...
coral reef bleaching

Scientists analyse coral reef bleaching to see if they can self-restore

Scientists have discovered evidence that coral reefs in remote or protected areas can quickly recover from mass coral reef bleaching events. Two years after the...
plastic pollution crisis

Global experts meet to discuss plastic pollution crisis

Industry leaders and academic experts are set to attend an event at the Global Plastics Policy Centre to analyse current policies and discuss the...
Greenland’s slower summer warming

Researchers analyse Greenland’s slower summer warming trend

Researchers at Hokkaido University have discovered that climate change in the tropical Pacific has temporarily decelerated ice melting rates in Greenland, resulting in slower...
innovative clean energy projects

The European Commission grants €1bn to innovative clean energy projects

To help the EU navigate the clean energy climate transition, the European Commission has granted €1bn to fund innovative clean energy projects in Europe. The...
frost-resistant coatings

Scientists develop environmentally safe, frost-resistant coatings

Scientists produce environmentally friendly frost-resistant coatings as an alternative to conventional de-icers. Airports throughout winter require huge amounts of de-icing fluids to allow the planes...

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