Indigenous peoples’ perceptions - climate and food systems
New research led by postgraduate researcher Ingrid Arotoma-Rojas presents a case study of Shawi Indigenous men in the Peruvian Amazon.
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.
High fossil fuel prices mean UK cannot delay transition to low emissions steel
Steel is essential for making many of the technologies that will end fossil fuel combustion. Unfortunately, to produce a lot of steel, manufacturers need to burn a lot of fossil fuel.
Institute for Transport Studies helps Ghana transport sector improvements
As part of the Ghana Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project, Institute for Transport Studies delivered a training programme aimed at improving transport issues.
Heat pumps without home insulation could raise bills and overload the grid
A blog by Professor Alice Owen from the School of Earth & Environment and Dr Faye Wade from the University of Edinburgh.