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Oxford Economists Warn Of Vanishing Wealth Of Nature

November 29th, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

Top economists from Oxford University have this week warned of the danger caused by Ministries of Finance and Treasuries ignoring their dependence on nature, which is in a perilous state of decline, and the potential for businesses and politicians to miss the increasing systemic risks as the natural world around us fails. 


No Time Toulouse

February 13th, 2016 | by Dr. Elie Chachoua

For the past few decades, the simple message “no time to lose” has fallen on deaf ears, leaving many of [&hellip


Raising Meat in Greener Ways

July 19th, 2011 | by Glenn Meyers

A new study by Oxford University and the University of Amsterdam concludes that cultured meat, also known as in vitro meat or lab-grown meat, can deliver substantial environmental and cost benefits. A report of the Oxford University and University of Amsterdam team's research is published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology


Is That a Fuel Cell in Your Pocket, Or Are You Just Glad to See Me?

April 16th, 2011 | by Tina Casey

Researchers at Oxford University are developing the basis for a long lasting, non-toxic, low cost miniature hydrogen fuel cell that could power pocket-sized electronic devices as well as laptops and other portables. The downscaled size would be made possible by using a small cartridge of



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