Implementing the Kunming-Montréal Agreement by ‘mainstreaming’ biodiversity 

In December 2022, Matilda Eve Dunn, PhD student in the Centre for Environmental Policy, attended the 15th United Nations Biodiversity…

Future-proofing bananas: Helping bananas survive the climate change threat

Sally Musungu, Research Postgraduate on the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet Doctoral Training Partnership, is studying the impact…

Now or never. Finding solutions for interconnected global crises

Galina Jönsson is a Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet DTP postgraduate research student at the Grantham Institute and the Natural History Museum researching long-term biodiversity trends. She is a member of the Imperial College London’s delegation to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) and, here, she discusses the importance of simultaneously tackling global biodiversity loss and climate change.

The unloved animal club: Celebrating animals that need more love!

Nature, beyond its intrinsic value, provides us with a wealth of benefits and services that support us through our daily lives. Biodiversity, however, is declining globally and greater…

The peaks and valleys of biodiversity conservation

Dr Rikki Gumbs, who completed his PhD at Imperial in 2020 and now works with the Zoological Society of London…