Climate change threatening our history?

Rising temperatures could claim a new victim in 22,500 archaeological sites across the UK

Animal loss halves plants’ ability to cope with climate change

The extinction and depletion of mammals has heavily impacted the survival of plants

Discover the History of Environmental Economics With This Complete Timeline

As the world makes a conscious effort towards a more sustainable way of living, understanding how environmental economics impacts our society becomes more important.

Eggshell evidence of ancient climate change

New research has shown that Earth faced extreme climate change some 300,000 years ago

Historic buildings could boost net zero aims

A new study calls on government to make historic buildings and sites more energy efficient to cut down on emissions

Smart meters – the future of energy, misunderstood

With the Government targeting net zero carbon emissions by 2050, businesses and consumers will need to play their part in helping to tackle climate change.

UK’s historic landscapes ‘risk being severely damaged by changing climate’

An archaeologist from the University of Sheffield has said natural areas such as the Dysynni Valley, the Lake District, Snowdonia and the Orkney Islands could be affected