Posts tagged with ‘environment’

The Nottingham Environment Conference 2022

This year’s Nottingham Environment Conference will be taking place from Monday 20 – Tuesday 21 June […]

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Nottinghamshire unites to combat climate change with Green Rewards

The nine councils in Nottinghamshire have joined the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University to […]

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COP26: an opportunity for our community to come together and help tackle climate change

COP26 takes to the world stage from Monday 1 November, as global leaders and citizens come […]

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Climate change or sustainability?

Join the University of Nottingham Business School for a special talk by Nottingham MBA alumnus and record-breaking Polar explorer, author and sustainability ambassador, Adrian Haynes.

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Energy Institute relaunches to focus on key energy challenges

The University of Nottingham Energy Institute has been relaunched, with a new strategic focus and a […]

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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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