Posts tagged with ‘environment’

Why (and how) the UK should be powered primarily by offshore wind in 2030

Energy is an essential commodity for every sophisticated society and the UK has an extraordinary resource in the form of offshore wind.

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Committing to sustainability and tackling climate change

To mark Sustainability Week 2020, the University has published a new set of commitments to further […]

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Get involved in Sustainability Week 2020

The University is once again celebrating Sustainability Week – and there are a number of exciting […]

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Cancelled: Total Food 2020: maximising value from the food chain

Please be aware this event has now been cancelled. Total Food 2020 will be a gathering […]

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The unnatural natural: plastic alternatives and the problems they pose

Researchers from the University of Nottingham have found a much higher percentage of ‘natural’ fibres than microplastic fibres in freshwater and atmospheric samples in the UK.

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World Water Day — Friday 22 March

The University of Nottingham’s iconic Trent Building will be lit up in blue this evening (Friday […]

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Love food, value waste

Transform food waste into energy.

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UoN ranked 2nd in world for university sustainability

The University of Nottingham has been ranked in the top two in the UI GreenMetric World […]

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Mount St Helens, 1980-2018: the changing geographies of a volcanic eruption

Geographical Association Lecture, hosted by the Nottingham branch of the Geographical Association, School of Education and School of Geography

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ERA vision: the midland energy conference

The Energy Research Accelerator inaugural conference, featuring keynote speaker Robert Llewellyn.

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