Researchers say deaths linked to COVID-19 and air pollution represent ‘potentially avoidable, excess mortality’.
Adam Corner15% (6000 people) of covid 19 deaths avoidable if we didn't have toxic air
How many more more avoidable if we didn't have toxic inequality?
Covid has shone a light on systemic risk. We can't ignore this & obsess about vaccines and moonshots
Against a backdrop of growing concern about polarisation, our Britain Talks Climate project – to be released on 18 November – will support the climate community by providing an evidence-based, shared and […]
Adam CornerWe've been working on something big: a toolkit for avoiding a culture war on climate change
Coming on 18th Nov, and based on research led by @MiC_Global released today, Britain Talks Climate is a resource to engage across the whole of society 👀
The billboard, which had at the time been home to a multinational bank advertisement, will no longer be in use and has been removed, leaving St Werburgh’s with very few active billboard hoardings remaining.
A joint study done by the University of British Columbia and a Vancouver charitable organization found that the money helped those in need find stable housing faster and saved the shelter system thousands of dollars a year.