Oil palm: does it have to be a frontier for environmental destruction?

Ben Roberts, Research Postgraduate on Imperial’s President’s scholarship, is researching sustainable palm futures in West Africa. In this blog, he…

How to create a climate action mural: Meet art prize winner, Julia de Korab Skulska

Julia de Korab Skulska, a second year biology student at Imperial, was one of the winners of the Grantham Institute…

Working with the foundations of net zero cement

By refocusing on the underpinning processes of concrete manufacture, Seratech has created a net zero cement without changing its fundamental…

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.

Now is the time to harmonise food and climate policies for Africa to end hunger and strengthen food system resilience

Meera Shah, Research Associate at Imperial College London’s Centre for Environmental Policy and a member of the Malabo Montpellier Panel says transforming Africa’s food systems in line with climate action is an opportunity to accelerate progress towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.