05.07.18

New monitoring scheme looks at why UK’s honeypot has shrunk

An innovative monitoring scheme could provide a better understanding of the factors that impact on the size and health of honeybee populations, and on honey yields.As part of its new National Honey...

04.07.18

Call for united global effort to tackle nitrogen pollution

Governments, industries and farmers across the world must join together to tackle the 'major unsolved challenge' of nitrogen pollution, experts told a World Environment Day summit in India today (June...

04.07.18

Press Release Archive - 2018

The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology's Press Office often issues Press Releases to journalists from a wide range of media outlets, announcing findings from new research or giving details of significant...

06.12.17

Warmer water signals change for Scotland’s shags

Press release 2017/9 – issued by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UKIssued on 17 November 2017Warmer water signals change for Scotland's shagsAn increasingly catholic diet among European shags at...

17.11.17

Plant respiration could become a bigger feedback on climate than expected

Press release 2017/10 – issued by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UKEmbargoed until 10:00 GMT Friday November 17 2017Plant respiration could become a bigger feedback on climate than expectedNew...

29.09.17

New report reviews role of trees in flood alleviation

Press release 2017/8 – issued by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UKIssued on 29 September 2017New report reviews role of trees in flood alleviationFurther calls for the inclusion of natural...

25.07.17

Farmers, land managers and foresters contributing to improvements in Welsh countryside for people and nature, new report shows

Press release 2017/7 – issued by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UKIssued Tuesday 25 July 2017Report shows Welsh countryside improvementsFarmers, land managers and foresters contributing to...

29.06.17

First pan-European field study shows neonicotinoid pesticides harm honeybees and wild bees

Press release 2017/6 – issued by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UKEmbargoed until 1900 GMT Thursday 29 June, 2017First pan-European field study shows neonicotinoid pesticides harm honeybees and...

28.03.17

About time! Predicting midge seasonality key to reducing livestock diseases

Ecologists at the UK-based Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) have led a study which informs optimal strategies for control of devastating midge-borne diseases like bluetongue and Schmallenberg...

15.03.17

Flower-rich habitats increase survival of bumblebee families

New research led by the UK’s Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has revealed for the first time that flower-rich habitats are key to enhancing the survival of bumblebee families between years.