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Aerial imagery imagines restoration of England's Great Fen to tackle climate change
Aerial photography from Bluesky is being used to help promote investment in nature in order to reduce climate change. The imagery was used to create a landscape architect vision of the Great Fen project in Cambridgeshire for The Wildlife Trusts. One of the largest restoration projects of its kind in Europe, the Great Fen project aims to restore 3,700 hectares of wetland habitat.
Packaging giant Smurfit Kappa to participate in European project on hydrogen energy storage
A French paper mill run by Smurfit Kappa has been chosen to participate in an innovative energy research project on renewable energy storage. The HYFLEXPOWER project will see Smurfit Kappa's Saillat Paper Mill become the first plant in the world to introduce an integrated hydrogen gas turbine demonstrator.
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- Internet of things placed on English trees to see how cope with climate change Science
Environment Times - latest digital edition
Environment Times... Printed since 1993 and now also digital - read latest issue below
26 years of providing business, manufacturing and organisations with UK news of environmental good practice, as well as prosecutions. Features the sustainable use of air, water, land, nature & biodiversity, energy efficiency, corporate reports, opinions, new products & services, and industry news.