Into the Ring of Fire: Arctic adventures to predict the impact of climate change

  Dr Michelle Jackson, Research Associate and Ecologist at Imperial College London, is working on ‘Ring of Fire’, a four-year,…

Researchers need to reach out to other disciplines to face up to the challenges of climate change

Healthy People, Healthy Planet is a challenge team formed by students from the Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet…

Earth’s love-hate relationship with carbon dioxide

At last month’s international Pint of Science Festival, the Grantham Institute co-sponsored three events themed around Planet Earth. SSCP DTP student…

It’s not just the plight of the bumblebee, we need to protect all our pollinators

Kate Rowell, Grantham Institute and Imperial College Business School Master’s student studying Climate Change, Management and Finance, looks at why…

Five reasons why climate scientists need to become better communicators

Zara Qadir, Communications Manager at the Sustainable Gas Institute, discusses why climate scientists need to step onto their soapboxes – and how to go about it.

Is climate change above ‘post-truth’?

In this opinion piece, Luke Bevan discusses the modern ethical challenges of communicating climate change science to the general public.

California just signed a climate change agreement with Scotland, here are 5 things the UK can learn from the Golden State

While one is a state within the United States of America and the other a sovereign country or state made up of four “sub” countries, Clea Colster suggests that the UK could learn from California’s environmental policies.

California is at the forefront of US environmental action – but its progressive ideas need protection

Currently on a secondment at Stanford University, SSCP DTP student Clea Kolster reports back on California’s commitment to sustainability –…