The Water and Environment society is for engineers with an interest in the environmental and water aspects of civil engineering.
Long-term study of Melbourne, Australia, shows how urban development and change affects pedestrians, not just automobiles.
An innovative solution to our energy problem or a floating hunk of health hazard?
Design principles which aim to meet human needs alongside the needs of the planet have recently been applied successfully to city planning in Amsterdam. Applying similar principles to planning in the ocean might start with a single question: what would it mean for both a wind farm and the habitat it is in to thrive?
Earth houses built during the 1970s and 1980s in response to the gas crisis might be the perfect solution to today's global warming.
The aim of this research project was to help ensure that Micro Bio will not be limited by water supply during its capacity upgrades. It also gave an insight to water usage onsite, helping Micro Bio make the most out of each litre. This in turn should reduce pressure on the site’s feedwater supply and reduce unnecessary waste sent to the effluent, writes Pádraig Sheehan.
Boosting biodiversity on farms is crucial to make them more resilient to climate change and protect future food security, but it will not happen without change across the food supply chain from seed producer to consumer, say agronomists.
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