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Taking action against the global threat of antimicrobial resistance
The World Health Organization coordinates World Antibiotic Awareness Week each November. Dr Andrew Singer explains why the environmental dimension of...
How are people and plants influencing water storage in the Northern Andes?
Dr France Gerard announces the start of an exciting three-year project called PARAGUAS, a collaboration between UK and Colombian researchers to...
Air Pollution and You
Stefan Reis, Science Area Head for Atmospheric Chemistry and Effects at CEH, was among the team bringing our science to Dynamic Earth this month.....
Tick and data sampling methods tested in Indian fieldwork pilot
Sarah Burthe and Stefanie Schafer of CEH provide the latest update from the MonkeyFeverRisk project , a collaboration between UK and Indian...
Pathways to and impacts of a 1.5 deg C rise in global temperature
The 2015 Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has the stated aim "to hold the increase in global average...
COSMOS-UK: Five years of soil moisture monitoring
On the fifth anniversary of the launch of the first COSMOS-UK site, Hollie Cooper of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology looks at the origins and growth of our pioneering soil moisture monitoring network
Understanding catchment properties and runoff under both climate change and direct human influence
CEH climate modeller Chris Huntingford tells us more about a recent China-UK collaboration aiming to generate a better understanding of large-scale...
Mapping Monkey Fever Risk
Dr France Gerard provides the latest update from the MonkeyFeverRisk project, a collaboration between UK and Indian researchers to investigate...
Water creatures and the National Trust
Heidrun Feuchtmayr provides a summary of a public engagement project with the National Trust to make interpretations for a newly created bird hide in...
First workshop on environmental flows in Cambodia
Prof Julian Thompson of UCL's Department of Geography and Dr Cedric Laizé from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology provide an update from a...