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Day 1 Insight - Lorna Slater, Scottish Government

Lorna Slater MSP, who has served as Minister for Green Skills, Circular Economy and Biodiversity in the Scottish Government since 2021, shares Scotland's ambitions and progress to date on the…

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Rainforests of the Sea - Nitrogen Pollution

The following video from Amber Carter will explore the relationships between nitrogen pollution and tropical coral reefs and seagrasses.

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Nitrogen Pollution: Threats to Tropical Coral Coasts - Trailer

Explore how nitrogen interacts with the marine environment and the associated threats of nitrogen pollution caused by human activity, using tropical coral reefs and seagrasses as model ecosystems. …

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The Role of Social Sciences in Nitrogen Research - Trailer

Humans play a key role in sustainable nitrogen management: how we contribute to nitrogen pollution, how we perceive it, and how we act on it. In this course, we present the exciting ways the social…

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Drumbrae Forests and Peatland - student focus

Christelle Kwizera, Earth Fellow, MSc Climate Finance and Investment, and Vanessa McCorquodale, Community and Student Engagement Manager - Forest and Peatland Team, talk about the benefits of the…

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Drumbrae Forests and Peatland - academic focus

Vanessa McCorquodale, Community and Student Engagement Manager - Forest and Peatland Team, and Dr Matt Bell, Senior Lecturer and Honours Programme Organiser in Ecology, Institute of Ecology and…

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Hedgerows for Hedgehogs

Emily Norris presents findings and recommendations from her Conservation Medicine MSc dissertation project, "Hedgehog Hedgerows: an assessment on Easter Bush campus", which was followed by…

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Social Responsibility and Sustainability at the University of Edinburgh

The University’s efforts to fight the climate crisis have been recognised with an international award. The International Sustainable Campus Network named the University the winner of its…

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Ricardo Martínez-García, ICTP-South American Institute for Fundamental Research

This recording is in the process of being subtitled. We aim to have edited captions available within 2 weeks of publishing. Title: The role of nonlocal competition in ecological systems: from pattern…

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Lesson 3: Ocean Biodiversity, Food Webs and Habitats

This video was created by Teresa Ikpe for her learning resource about exploring ocean spaces. Lesson 3 objectives: Showcase (some) marine habitats and marine life surrounding the British Isles. Make…

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Lesson 2: Ocean Biodiversity, Food Webs and Habitats

This video was created by Teresa Ikpe for her learning resource about exploring ocean spaces. Lesson 2 objectives: Explain the ways in which humans have interacted and do interact with the ocean. …

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Lesson 1: Ocean Biodiversity, Food Webs and Habitats

This video was created by Teresa Ikpe for her learning resource about exploring ocean spaces. Lesson 1 objectives: Introduce the global ocean and explain that it is made up of different basins. …

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University of Edinburgh Hedgehog Friendly Campus - making a hedgehog tunnel at Pollock Halls

The University of Edinburgh participates in the Hedgehog Friendly Campus Campaign, an initiative for universities and colleges across the UK to improve their campuses for hedgehogs and other…

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'Does the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora Protect Wildlife?' 9th April 2021

Dr Tanya Wyatt, Professor of Criminology, Northumbria University Humans are causing a biodiversity crisis, where one million species are facing extinction. Species are dying, in no small part,…

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Co-producing scientific uncertainties and soft law

: Biofuels and synthetic biology at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity Abstract of the presentation No specialized body within the UN system evaluates emerging technosciences.…

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5 - Why is studying global health so important?

Information video about MSc Integrated Global Health

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