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University Alliance media coverage `

Published on April 29, 2021
Headline coverage for the period January-April 2021   Driving academic diversity campaign Research Professional- 27/04/21 https://www.researchprofessionalnews.com/rr-he-agencies-other-2021-4-university-alliance-pledges-academic-diversity-in-media/ University Business- 27/04/21 https://universitybusiness.co.uk/headlines/university-alliance-calls-for-more-academic-diversity-in-the-media/   Student returns BBC R4 Today programme – 14/04/21 https://w... Read more »

COP26 needs to address air quality as well as climate change

Published on November 1, 2021
...ions that are responsible for climate change are also causing significant damage to public health and the environment. Reducing fossil fuel combustion in industry, transport, agriculture and heating, would not only reduce CO2 emissions but also directly reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx), black carbon, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and carbon monoxide (CO) with a resultant positive impact on human and ecosystem health and productivity. In many... Read more »

Measuring environmental pollution through bee hives

Published on October 14, 2021
A team of academics from Kingston University including Dr Rosa Busquets, Dr Olga Duran and Dr Gordon Hunter, are working with Mark Gale, of not-for-profit company BeesMax and Surrey Honey Farm, on the development of new devices for monitoring pollutants within honeybee hives through funding from the BIG South London Voucher Scheme. At the start of this year’s EU Pollinator Week, they outline why the decline in honeybee populations is a global pro... Read more »

New technologies address role of environmental pollution in decline of honeybees

Published on October 24, 2021
A team of academics from Kingston University including Dr Rosa Busquets, Dr Olga Duran and Dr Gordon Hunter, are working with Mark Gale, of not-for-profit company BeesMax and Surrey Honey Farm, on the development of new devices for monitoring pollutants within honeybee hives through funding from the BIG South London Voucher Scheme. At the start of this year’s EU Pollinator Week, they outline why the decline in honeybee populations is a global pro... Read more »

Investigating wildfires in the UK

Published on October 24, 2021
...res with climate change in various parts of the world, such as North America and Southern Europe. For example, a study in California from 2004 modelled that the warmer and windier weather (brought about by an atmosphere with higher levels of CO2) produced fires that burned more intensely and spread faster in most locations. It has also been demonstrated that increases in rainfall during winter and spring – which are also known consequences of clim... Read more »

Developing low-cost air quality monitors for Heathrow Airport

Published on October 24, 2021
.... Yet it is these same developing countries that typically lack access to data on their air quality. UNEP’s device can spark a data boom to help countries reduce the negative effects of air pollution, potentially saving lives that would have been lost due to air pollution-related illnesses.” Growing concern over levels of pollution at Heathrow Airport led to a collaborative research project between the University’s Particle Instruments Research Gr... Read more »

Brighton Waste House

Published on October 24, 2021
...aste material and a living laboratory for ecological architectural design. Available for booking and visits at the University of Brighton’s City Campus, the Brighton Waste House is used day-to-day by university staff and students, and demonstrates numerous principles of sustainable architecture and design. The Brighton Waste House project has investigated strategies for constructing a contemporary, low energy, permanent building using over 85 per... Read more »

How supermarkets can engage consumers to think more about household food waste

Published on October 28, 2021
...ppliers) we can make an immediate difference – is in limiting the climate damage associated with food waste. I am currently working on an exciting and intensive investigation funded by Wrap that is set to address the question: what can we do to dramatically cut over-buying, personal over-stocking, and repeatedly high levels of food waste within our households? It is estimated household food waste accounts for approximately 70% of the UK’s 9.5 mill... Read more »

Portable water supplies at Leeds Beckett

Published on October 24, 2021
...ructure and a strong economy has allowed waterborne diseases such as cholera and dysentery to be virtually eradicated. In contrast, developing countries have poor infrastructure and lack development, stability and vibrancy. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) construct shallow wells to try to meet current targets; however, they do not implement monitoring programmes to ensure that the water remains potable. The preconception is that because thes... Read more »

New hydrogen transport and green jobs at Teesside University

Published on October 14, 2021
...drogen is already produced. The new centre, which will provide a place for academic and industrial experts to come together to drive forward the UK’s plans to embrace the use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel, will create hundreds of jobs, while seeing the region become a global leader in the green hydrogen sector. Combined with renewable electricity, hydrogen can be produced, stored and used to generate heat and electricity without producing any... Read more »