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Britainís Top Real Role Model

80% of people believe there are not enough good role models for young people. Britainís Top Real Role Model is open for nominations looking to uncover the real role models in society & awarding £10,000 to the winner.

Sustainable studies

Sustainability is a big issue in business, and universities are responding by offering corporate social responsibility elements to their business programmes.

Events at the Science Museum

The Science Museum in London is hosting various free events throughout the year, from 'climate change' to 'astronauts', you're sure to find a topic that interests you.

Conservation Careers

Anita Diaz, a Senior Lecturer in Ecology at Bournemouth University, explains how a simple childish inquisitiveness about the natural world turned into a career of exploration and interaction with the environment.

Students' expedition uncovers over 100 new caves

Over 100 new caves have been discovered on the Greek Island of Crete, thanks to students from the University of Sheffield's Speleological Society.

Toyota's environmental plan

Following a one-year pilot study, Toyota Great Britain (TGB) has rolled-out its 8-Step Environmental Plan to their network of more than 200 retailers.

Music of the Sun

Musical sounds created by longitudinal vibrations within the Sun's atmosphere, have been recorded and accurately studied for the first time by experts at the University of Sheffield.

UK company wins top European environment Award

Findus Group UK has won the 2010 European Business Awards for the Environment with their 'Fish for Life': supporting sustainable fisheries project.

The Big Freeze

The main cause of a rapid global cooling period, known as the Big Freeze or Younger Dryas, which occurred nearly 13,000 years ago,has been identified.

Energy saving technology

The time and money needed by business and public sector organisations to introduce carbon emission monitoring measures could put a strain on future investments in technology that can actually lower the energy bill.