Air quality may have improved while people have stayed at home, walked more and travelled less during the coronavirus pandemic, but, as the world gets ready to restart, harmful levels of pollution in our towns and cities will begin to rise again. But have you ever thought about how this air can permeate through to the indoor environment and affect the health and well-being of those inside?
Category: Climate Change and Sustainability
Are you getting involved in the Marine Conservation Society’s #PlasticChallenge? Sophie Evans, Graduate Ecologist at RSK Biocensus, shares her top tips for how you could reduce your plastic use this July.
RSK’s International Projects Group (IPG) has developed an innovative biodiversity offset accounting model that considers project impacts against conservation actions and the extent to which these actions offset any impacts. As the results are presented on a numerical scale, they are easy to interpret and compare. RSK has already applied this model to one project and is about to use it on a second.
The eel, recognised for its snake-like appearance, is a mysterious creature that we know relatively little about. Despite rapidly declining numbers, resulting in a critically endangered conservation status, there are relatively few current studies to try and rectify this lack of knowledge.