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Artificial saltmarsh ecosystems: the answer to farmland degradation

Seawater Solutions turn salinised and degraded farmland into artificial saltmarsh ecosystems where food can be grown and carbon can be captured. Coastal and estuarine wetlands...
Aquaponics

Rethinking the European food system of the next decade

Modern aquaponics systems allow for a very high level and control of food safety, optimal resource rationalisation and maintenance of desirable levels of environmental sustainability. The...
Give your cybersecurity an overhaul for the new year

Give your cybersecurity an overhaul for the new year

When it comes to cybersecurity of course you do. In this post, we’ll give you tips about keeping yourself and your business safe from...
Brexit is 'pressing snooze' on innovation

Brexit is ‘pressing snooze’ on innovation

Almost a third of businesses admit delaying innovation projects due to political uncertainty, new Schneider Electric research reveals. Brexit is responsible for holding up hundreds...
electric car being charged at ChargePoint

Electric vehicle revolution: ChargePoint funding doubled

Residential street ChargePoint funding doubled to ensure postcode plays no part in having access to an electric car. The Transport Secretary has announced that the...
common agricultural policy 2021-27

Common Agricultural Policy 2021-27 offers €365bn for innovation

The European Commission intends to streamline and modernise the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in its 2021-27 budget. The Common Agricultural Policy has been allocated...
Global resource consumption passes 100bn tonnes a year

Global resource consumption passes 100bn tonnes a year

Global consumption is at 100bn tonnes of materials a year for the first time ever, but reuse of resources has gone into reverse. The revelation...
Nigeria

MEPs address human rights violations in Nigeria

On Thursday, the European Parliament implemented two resolutions addressing the human rights and rule of law situation in Nigeria and Burundi. Members of the European...
angry landlord and tenants

Clearing out the house: funding awarded to combat criminal landlords

The Housing Secretary has awarded councils across England a share of £4m to combat criminal landlords and letting agents Over 100 councils have received a...
Africa food shortage

€22.8m to address food shortages in southern Africa

The European Commission have announced the distribution of €22.8m to help address food shortages in Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The European Commission is...

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