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Eco-anxiety refers to a fear of environmental damage or ecological disaster. This anxiety is based on the current and predicted future state of the environment and climate change.
17 May 2021
Republished from The Conversation, Professor Ian Colbeck, of the School of Life Sciences at the University of Essex, explains why ventilating indoor spaces could help us save lives.
Professor Ian Colbeck
11 February 2021
Professor Neil Kellard, Dean of Essex Business School, explains why combining the EU's existing emissions trading system with a planned carbon border levy is a sensible and workable strategy towards helping tackle climate change.
Professor Neil Kellard
29 January 2021
When it comes to removing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, we may have been overestimating the ability of plants
Dr Amanda Cavanagh,
Dr Caitlin Moore
11 December 2020