Seafood “could be cooked by climate change”

If you’re partial to a portion of mussels or smoked salmon, your days of fine dining may be numbered. That’s because shellfish and seafood staples like tuna could be in short supply as a knock-on effect of climate change. Nicolette Bartlett, Senior Programme Manager at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Leadership who put […]

Dam good hydropower project ‘also better for salmon’

A hydropower project with a gate for salmon to pass through on the River Dee in Scotland reeled in planning approval. The Culter Burn hydroelectric scheme is based at a derelict five metre high dam built originally for a paper mill. The plans are for an Archimides Screw-powered turbine within an Aberdeen granite power house […]