Climate crisis photography exhibition now available to view online
An online exhibition featuring the work of 10 photographers from Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria, as well as other visual and written interventions is now available to visit online.
Accuracy at risk as governments reject specialist mapping tools
Governments are not using the latest mapping technology to report key environmental data about tropical forests to the UN, say researchers.
Hydropower without the environmental impact
Scientists have analysed data from nearly three million rivers across the globe to identify where hydropower stations could be sited with limited environmental impacts.
Forest restoration - 'balance nitrogen-fixing trees with other species'
Reforestation projects could be made more effective with the findings of new research into the constraints on nitrogen fixation among plants.
Contraflow cycling does not increase crash rate
Allowing cycling in both directions on one-way streets does not pose a safety risk and should be made mandatory in all but exceptional cases, according to a new study by Leeds researchers.