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Dr Natalie Hicks,
Dr Michelle Taylor
09 December 2021
Professor Jules Pretty investigates the the double crisis facing our seas - the climate crisis and the threat to biodiversity. He speaks to Dr Michelle Taylor and Dr Natalie Hicks 0the School of Life Sciences at Essex and Simon Walmsley from WWF-UK who also studied at Essex. He also chats to writer and BBC presenter Tom Heap about his new book 39 Ways to Save the Planet.
Professor Jules Pretty
Essex graduate Harriet Tyley chats to us about working in London aquarium
03 November 2021
The School of Life Sciences hosted an open conversation on inequality in science and what Universities can do to improve diversity and inclusion in our field.
Liz Lee Reynolds
13 July 2021
We chat to alumna Amie Lenkowiec about her career which has taken her across the world
11 May 2021
Professor Jules Pretty and journalist Martha Dixon, talk to some of the world’s leading climate experts about their work to fight climate change and to those who use this research to influence policy and engage the public. Contributors include writer and poet Andri Snaer Magnasson; Dr Michelle Taylor and Professor Graham Underwood from the University of Essex; CEO of the UK’s World Wide Fund for Nature’s (WWF) Tanya Steele; environmentalist and company director Simon Lyster and young activist Hattie who is a WWF Youth Ambassador.
29 April 2021
Research science is a backbone to Greenpeace's work, providing a basis for their campaigns and highlighting areas that need attention.
29 March 2021
Dr Natalie Hicks is a lecturer within the School of Life Sciences. Her research looks at climate change and how elevated CO2 levels affect the chemistry of our oceans, and how the seabed is important in storing carbon.
02 November 2020
Working together to protect the native oyster
Dr Thomas Cameron
10 October 2019