Recent research on air pollution, published in the BMJ based on long-term data, links an increased risk of heart-attack for 100,000 people in five EU countries to exhaust pollution (see BBC News […]
In Denmark the State of Green reports on how city of Copenhagen is rethinking its strategy to sudden storms and the increased risk of flooding exacerbated by the impact of climate […]
Stockholm Resilience Center (SRC) have created an interactive version of the report City Biodiversity Outlook 1 which was launched at the CBD COP in Hyderabad in 2012. With a video […]
A new report sets out a clearer case for investment in multi-functional green space or Green Infrastructure (GI) by considering its contribution to economic growth. The authors based their conclusions […]
Extremes of weather should not be just boom-days for energy company’s profits. Energy companies including British Gas and Centrica have reporting significant profits explained in part by the cold weather […]
I have added a new resource page to bioDiverse, starting with links to some of the most influential reports at the science-policy interface.
Natural History Museums in a changing world Natural History Museums are hybrid institutions; they study and profess to be authorities on the natural world, they are also popular, much loved […]
This article first appeared as an article in Outlook [19.02.2012] – the multi-stakeholder magazine on climate change and sustainable development in advance of Rio+20. Aimed principally at UN and signatory country negotiators it argues […]