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£800k study to look at link between fire and climate change

University of Stirling experts will lead a new £800,000 study investigating the behaviour of pyrogenic carbon – partly-burned plants left behind following fire – and its potential impact on climate change.

£800k study to look at link between fire and climate change

Sewage poses potential COVID-19 transmission risk, experts warn

Environmental biologists at the University of Stirling have warned that the potential spread of COVID-19 via sewage “must not be neglected” in the battle to protect human health.

Sewage poses potential COVID-19 transmission risk, experts warn

Inclusive aquaculture can improve the lives of poor farmers

Experts are calling for aquaculture business models to be more inclusive – and ultimately improve the lives – of poor smallholder farmers and others in the industry’s value chain.

Inclusive aquaculture can improve the lives of poor farmers

Stirling receives £1.2 million to study global sustainability

A new £1.2 million project – led by the University of Stirling – is aiming to “deliver critical step change” to help resolve conflicts between the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Stirling receives £1.2 million to study global sustainability

Stirling academic offers glimpse into the future of tropical forests

A University of Stirling academic has played a key role in an international research project into what the future may hold for the world’s tropical forests, and how that data can shape governments’ policies.

Stirling academic offers glimpse into the future of tropical forests