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Reading in the News - Weds 26 June

Release Date 26 June 2019

Reading in the News

Europe heatwave: A number of outlets, including The Weather Channel, are reporting on the potentially record-breaking heatwave which is sweeping across Europe, with a 2004 study by the meteorologists from the University into human-produced climate change mentioned.

UK flooding: Professor Hannah Cloke (Geography & Environmental Science) is quoted in an article by Wired on extreme rainfall and the future of flooding in the UK.

Air pollution: Professor Bill Collins (Meteorology) is quoted in an article by The Guardian on the fall in early deaths caused by air pollution.

Other news

  • Professor Eleanor Fisher (International Development) was mentioned in an article by Nature on sustainable development through climate change.
  • Twisted Food has an article on an ice cream parlour, run by a couple who attended a gelato course at the University in 2013, which has created a pickle flavoured ice cream.

 

 

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