Air monitoring stations collect vital biodiversity data


Scientists have discovered that air quality monitoring stations are collecting urgently needed biodiversity data. Researchers say air quality monitoring networks could enable biodiversity monitoring on an unprecedented scale and could be a gamechanger for global efforts to protect and promote biodiversity. They found eDNA evidence for more than 180 plants and animals in just two […]

Youth delegation demands climate action

World Environment Day

Youth stars, broadcasters and climate experts are demanding a new, serious and science-led environmental law. To highlight World Environment Day a youth delegation has personally delivered an urgent call for action to 10 Downing Street. Fronted by Mya-Rose ‘Birdgirl’ Craig (pictured) and supported by broadcasters Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall and Dr George McGavin they are demanding […]

World Environment Day takes aim at plastic pollution

World Environment Day

This year’s World Environment Day (5th June) is focusing on the urgent need to reduce plastic pollution from land and sea. Led by the United Nations Environment Programme and held annually on 5 June since 1973, World Environment Day this year focuses on plastic pollution because, without urgent action, plastic waste flowing into aquatic ecosystems will nearly […]

Thermal survey system reveals energy loss from homes

energy loss

A unique thermal survey system reveals energy loss from homes to help combat climate disruption and fuel poverty. First Thermal’s ‘Heatview’ thermal imaging system can help reduce carbon in the environment and save householders’ money. “The number of people willing to take meaningful action to improve their home’s heat retention efficiency after an enhanced Heatview […]