In 2023, researchers at the University of Reading published 57 articles on The Conversation. Together, these have been read over 2.7 million times. Here you can find the top three…Read More >
Although burning fossil fuels has enabled society to develop and flourish, we are now experiencing the unintended side effects.
Declines in pollinator abundance and diversity over the last century are currently considered to have been the result of a range of interacting stressors, such as agricultural intensification and climate…Read More >
The question of whether Africa should be allowed to exploit its gas reserves, estimated at more than 17.56 trillion cubic meters (620 trillion cubic feet) in 2021, has been much discussed at…Read More >
The UK’s environmental movement has a long history of using protest as a strategy. Disruption is often at the heart of this, either disrupting infrastructure projects themselves in an attempt…Read More >
As we begin to engage with the climate emergency and the impact of carbon dioxide emissions, calls have grown to stop investing in companies engaged in fossil fuel production –…Read More >