Research impact story on cost-effective flood hazard information now online.
This was my third year as editor for the Cabot Institute Magazine and I think it has got better with each year. Have a look inside the full magazine →
While food fraud has been discussed thoroughly in terms of globalisation, and even in the context of security and acts of terrorism, to my knowledge there has yet to be much discussion on food fraud in the context of climate change and an uncertain environment.
Well, it’s here…the second annual Cabot Institute Magazine came out online last week with print versions expected this week. It’s always so exciting to see a project like this come together through the hard work of a small and dedicated group of people, including the Cabot Institute’s Philippa Bayley and Amanda Woodman-Hardy. This year’s issue…
Our changing oceans…life in the cauldron.